I can only buy the wide leg types of jeans they have, because my big manly thighs are simply too much for designer slim jeans.
Big manly thighs must be accommodated!
I know it's probably really annoying to find jeans when they fit one place but don't in other areas. I'm having problems with that myself. My waist to hip ratio is a bit extreme - i.e. I have a bodacious can and a small waist, but also being a chick, my stomach's not board flat like a man (or my bff Athena, darn her!) so either you get mashed into jeans with a too-high waist or you wear low rise which just LOVE to scoot down and show some butt cleavage.
I have a pair of zippered black Jill Sander jeans that I adore, my rock star jeans, but they're low cut and sitting in them = an Act of Congress.
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You have no idea the pain endured in doing so. I have a 34" waist, and must buy 38" pants and have them tailored, and not just darted, a full re-cut (seat and waist and length), which is about $45.
So, if I find a nice pair of pants for $50, then they just turned into a $95 pair. Damn it! JockTheMotie and I are victims of the girly-man-fashion-conglomerate.
Damn clothes! :steam:
While I don't have your body type and build [more of the sprinter/soccer player look, small fit upper body but relatively thick legs] I can empathize with you completely. 32" waist, but big thighs and calves. I'm glad I don't have to get mine tailored though, just gotta get the non-slim pairs that are the rage. That's gotta be a nightmare.
Is it wrong that I am finding some small comfort in the fact that men have trouble finding jeans to fit them perfectly, too? My solution to this is to go by brand - some brands fit very well, and others never do, regardless of cut or style. That's my general experience anyway.
That's from "Vince"
I love Vince cashmere!!!
PinkPirahna - I can see you in Betsey Johnson. Those designers you chose seem very 'you' somehow. I'm a fan of Alexander McQueen as well.
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Is it wrong for an ENFP to not care about fashion?
I feel like kind of a misfit because I don't want designer clothes..
I prefer more of a unique fashion- unique shirts and clothing articles that aren't sold/bought in large numbers. I went to a jazz concert the other week and bought a jazz t-shirt from it. I bought a t-shirt that has cool designs on it from an earth/hippie shop.
It's just not me to go into designer shops and buy mass amounts of clothing.
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