For guys my age, yes, they would look gay or at least immature. The skinny jeans at least. The V-neck... depends on how deep the V is... if it shows your chest hair or goes lower than, say, 3 fingers from your clavicle, then it's kinda dangerous.
But again, teenage boys wear skinny jeans all the time. That's why I hate grown men who wear skinny jeans, because they look like boys. But you as a teenager can wear it I guess, many girls your age would still like it.
I wouldn't say they're only for gay people, because I had a friend in high school who looked awesome in his skinny jeans and v-necks and he's definitely straight. But a lot of people might still question your sexuality based off your clothing. Still, if you like what you're wearing, and you think you can pull it off, go for it!
No, not at all. Having sex with a man and enjoying it is considered gay. I'm a woman - if I wear baggy sweat pants, tennis shoes, and a hoodie that says, "Football Champs" (or something similar), am I considered a lesbian? Of course not. I'm just wearing whatever I want, just like you should be doing. Don't let anyone tell you otherwise.
No skinny jeans aren't gay. little Wayne wears such things and he's a hood rapper sooo. And as long as your sack isn't showing I believe your good. V-necks aren't gay. They're sexy to me if worn correctly. So I think you're friends are just lames. Lol. Skinny jeans are like a punk/rock style to me? I don't know
I've seen guys wear v-necks. some look good, some don't. Skinny jeans... no. just... no lol. Baggy also a no. Had a classmate who had a pair of skinny jeans and when he wore them everyone said doesn't look good at all.
to me I think if guys wear super low v-neck shirts too tight skinny jeans then it's probably gay I once saw a guy wear ugg boots when usally its girls who wear ugg boots super tight skinny jeans low v neck shirts and ugg boots would just look kinda weird on a guy
Well it really depends what you categorise as skinny... I think fitted jeans can look really nice. But if its so tight its choking your junk then yeah, that's not attractive. :/ But seriously its not only gay people that wear skinny jeans.
I don't really think so, but they definitely aren't masculine. I am a barrel racer, along with my friends, and I have to admit be laugh pretty damn hard when we see a guy in skinny jeans and a v-neck compared to our roping cowboy boyfriends.
I had a guy tell me tank tops on men are gay. I wear them at the gym when I workout and see plenty of guys wear them too.
As for the gay comments, in my opinion, its because of that emo fad that has been going around. If you talk to anyone really into the emo fad they come off really feminine and this ends up being associated with homosexuality even when he isn't gay and even has a girlfriend. Plus the unnecessary negative and childish derogatory statements kids make in high school certainly add to this (Ex: calling a kid "gay" as an insult). So I feel the associations sometimes get mixed with the clothing since I can picture a whole lot of emo kids being called "gay" and such when getting into fights and all that.
While this sounds crazy. I feel this is how it comes about. Plus some gay guys will pick up on the stereotype and start hitting on the guy wearing such stuff thinking he is gay.
I don't wear skinny jean nor do I think they're gay. I see a lot of rock stars and some hip hop artist wearing them and I'm pretty sure they get laid by more girls on accident than the average man does on purpose. As far as V-neck tees go that's the only type of tee I wear, everything from Hanes to Polo RL. Not to sound vain, but I have a nice chest that I worked hard to get and a V-neck compliments my figure. Don't let anyone change your style because they think something looks "gay" on you. You brought it because you liked it not for their approval. Besides, have you ever seen how well gay and metrosexual guys dress. Those guys dress sharp as hell. If they weren't gay they would be bagging all the women, not some little girls who want guys with baggy ass clothes hanging off their body. I know this because my girl's cousin is gay as hell and he gets hit on by more women then all the straight men I know. So that's who I go clothes shopping with. Sure I'm dating his cousin but I still like being approached by pretty women. Own your style little homie don't let anyone change that. Fuck what people think.
Hahaha, he's trying to shame you for looking better than him ;)
The older you get, the more traditional a jean-cut you want (although use dark colors, not faded). Your age, skinny is no problem at all.
And v-necks are all I wear (NOT too deep), ditched crew necks a while ago. Excellent if you want to throw a sportscoat or a blazer on top, and even if not, show's off an athletic build better, plus it draws the eyes up to the face.
it's not gay. its what you like to wear. it's not really my cup of tea but im a bigger guy so they don't look good on me anyway lol. the friend is just showing his immaturity. be comfortable with who you are. the whole gay thing is how you carry yourself. be confident, hold your head up wit your back strait and square your shoulders and walk around like you don't give a fuck what people think about you and nobody with half a brain will mistake your sexuality lol
I'm more towards Sweaters, Jeans and the like in the winter season
How can pieces of clothing be gay? WTF
Listen if girls and guys have a problem with this style then that's the business. Most people are scummy pieces of shit that wear tracksuit bottoms and base ball caps, what the fuck do they know about fashion? Fuck the haters and be a stylish Don Juan that you were born to be.
I wouldn't say either is considered gay... but skinny jeans with a certain outfit would typically be worn by gays while skinny jeans with a slightly different outfit would typically be worn by guys that just like that style. As for v-necks... a regular v-neck I wouldn't say is gay, but a deep v-neck I would associate with a gay person. That doesn't mean that v-necks are gay, just that v-necks, more specifically deep v-necks are more likely to be worn by a gay person.
If you wore something like this, I would probably think you're gay. That doesn't mean you are, but I would think you may be gay.