The trend started in the 50's with a few people including Roy Rogers, then moved to The Ramones in Dr Martens, then Slayer wearing them with sneakers, The Strokes in the early 90's and Peter Doherty with Carl Bart totally kept it running through out the early 2000's. So, (after the boring abbreviated history of the pants, who even knew pants had origins?! ) I think if amazing people like these wore skinny pants. Every guy should be allowed to. A looser top or a jacket looks great with them so go ahead guys. The skinnies look hot.
It is EXTREMELY difficult for a straight guy to pull off skinnies. And to be honest, the emo/scene look is a total turnoff for me. So, chances are, if I see a guy in skinnies without black emo-hair and eyeliner, my gaydar is going to be going crazy. And if he does have the hair and eyeliner, well, I'm just probably not going to be interested.
While I am all for "to each his own" I'm not really feeling the skinnies on dudes. I can't fathom my hubby rocking pants tighter than mines (and mines are tight). Please fells lets ya "boys" breath....you future children will thank you!
I have been wearing straight-legged jeans for years; that's the style I like, and they are comfortable. Its mostly about personal preference, not what's in style. At least it seems that way for most guys.
The only type of guys who are allowed to wear girls jeans are blind men....
I just wear jeans that fit me - To be exact, I have two pairs of jeans: one that fits nice and tight and one that is a little more baggy. I like the fitting one much more and plan on getting another like it. But what do I know, I'm Just A Random Guy.
i wear skinny jeans.not the completely skin tihgt ones the ones with alittle room.only about 5% of girls ik don't like it but 95% of guys call me gay and shit for it.idk, I like them.plus they are comfortable