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Tuesday, September 18, 2012

It's a Guy in Skin Tight Jeans

The first time I ever paid attention to a guy in tight jeans was when I saw a Jonas brother donning a grey colored pair and I thought it wasn't pretty. I honestly felt uncomfortable for him. But then I noticed that it looked different on other body types. I guess the error that the singer made was wearing the wrong fit. Guys who love the straight tight jeans style should pay attention to how it fits on their waist, and most importantly, crotch, butts, and thighs.The tight jeans can easily hug the wrong places. You may have worn it just because you like it but trust me, you'll get attention for the wrong reasons. My advice, try different stores for different fits. when you wear the tight jeans, spread your legs and if it doesn't tug back and pose too much resistance, you're one step closer to picking the right pair. Then try sitting down and if it not tight around the waist and hip, you're good to go. Don't make the fashion police have you on his radar!!

(ukoemem - Author; Ola Y - Editor)

Wednesday, September 5, 2012

Belt the Loop

It never occurred to me that it is a no-no to leave out belts when wearing pants that have belt loops. It was until a friend of mine mentioned it that I saw how bare and incomplete the look could be. I now find that many people leave out belts especially when they wear shorts with belt loops. Sometimes we feel like it's a waste of time wearing belts if the waist of the pants or shorts fit perfectly. I use to feel the same way but now I think that putting on the belt completes the look. The belt doesn't need to be worn tight. I went belt shopping recently and noticed that there are some fashionable belts out there. The belts for guys are limited in both colors and designs but for women, there are some over-the-top designs to plain belts. I found myself tweaking outfits on people by either adding a belt or switching their belts for a particular style I had in mind. It was fun. I would advise that people should wear belts more often. It makes, not breaks, an outfit if the right one is worn the right way.

(ukoemem - Author; Ola Y - Editor)

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