I like to wear low rise jeans, and I'm wearing that a lot. I've a love of these jeans because they are looking good and they are sitting really well. But one thing I've always when I'm wear them is that my buttcrack is hanging out. Every time I sit down or bending over people see my buttcrack. Sometimes I wear a belt but I think that make the jeans not better. I'm working in a clothes store and sometimes I've to bend down for people so sometimes the customers say's that my buttcrack is showing. Sometimes I know but sometimes not. But how can I wear these low rise jeans because I like them but not that my buttcrack is always showing? I understand that a couple times that your buttcrack is showing you can do nothing about it so I don't care anymore but it is everyday.
When I sit down in low rise jeans, the back of the jeans kind of slide down and expose my crack. lol. It also pulls the jeans tighter around the thighs and a little in the crotch. The other thing is if I try to keep this from happening and not let them "shift" then the back center loop creases outward and makes the part of my belt there "hard" and "pointy". The tighter thighs and crotch part is manageable, but the pointy belt shoved in to my back is uncomfortablle.
Actually belts look great with jeans especially for girls, hence why you have belt loops. This way you still get to wear the jeans you want without the worry of people seeing your butt crack. Just make sure you wear the right color belt for your outfit.