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  • Jeans Styles: Meet the Low Rise Jean
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    Jeans Styles: Meet the Low Rise Jean
    When low rise jeans first came out, I knew there was no way this body was ever even going to attempt wearing them. As I have grown older the idea of wearing the stylish jeans of the younger generation has never really been my thing. I don't exactly have a pot belly, but these jeans seem to demand a six pack stomach and alas, this is not the case with me. Besides, they look so uncomfortable and I wonder if they get any lower when you try to sit down. Oh well, not too be too outdated, I will wear the mid-rise jeans. The older I get, the more I am constantly wrestling with the idea that I am no longer the young stud I use to be. Jeans are one of the clothing items that I of course still wear a lot of, but my style is much different than that of my sons. I have never professed to…
  • Men’s Guide on How to Buy Jeans
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    Men’s Guide on How to Buy Jeans
    For most, men’s jeans are the most valuable player of the wardrobe. Usually, this isn’t because they’re the most expensive piece of clothing we own, or even the best-looking. Instead, it’s their versatility that’s important, as you can wear jeans around the house, in the workplace or on casual outings. Despite this usefulness, however, finding that perfect pair of men’s jeans is never easy. So what should you look for when searching for that perfect pair of jeans? Aside from the best possible price, here are some tips and ideas to keep in mind. Picking the right pair. Look for timeless jeans. It’s hard to say what will be in style a year from today, but by sticking more or less with tried and true denim styles, you can aim for and land a pair of jeans that will remain stylish for years. Here are three classic examples: Original blue jeans: Evolving from rough and tumble work wear, these are…
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