You put on a couple of jeans. lying down... WIGGLING your way into them (like a strange ritual dance). Does that sound painful or pleasant? When you wear skinny jeans, that's what you get. For a reason, they are called "skinny." The fabric is narrow–almost pantyhose-like! For the crotch, they're awkward... and unattractive. For me –people should never wear skinny jeans (unless they are skinny people themselves) There are other jeans choices that are much better suited to your body type. But–that's my view (take it with a salt grain). Continue reading to find out why I'm opposed to men's skinny jeans trend.

Skinny Jeans Are NOT Comfortable

I'm going to go directly to that stage. Don't for stylishness sacrifice convenience. You may be prepared to create some compromises for your style–but letting your reduced body "suffocate" inside very narrow garments is not worth it. But unfortunately, some people feel like it's all right. Here's some alarming information from a study of 2,000 British males wearing skinny jeans. How awkward can these pants be? Well, from the definition of skinny jeans, you can likely imagine jeans that are EXTREMELY narrow from the waist to the knees. Their construction includes reducing the crotch region–making your legs look shorter than they are. And this reduced body "downsizing" makes you feel less mobile. And also less masculine.

Skinny Jeans Can Cause Health Issues

What if you are able to cope with the pain? Or is there absolutely no pain? Or maybe you're just a slender man of course? Does that imply that you always have the thumbs to put on skinny jeans? Not precisely... Comfort and pain are just a small part of the problem. Going back to the British men's study, it was also disclosed:  Yes–Skinny jeans are not only pressing down there against the "little boys." In fact, they can damage them. This is verified by the Swedish-based brand Dr. Hilary Jones, TENA–which specializes in goods for adolescents with urinary/fecal incontinence. Some significant health problems resulting from wearing skinny jeans

Skinny Jeans do not display an attractive silhouette

It may not be so evident, but skinny pants do not generate the type of silhouette that is most appealing to the fashion of men. You want a V-shaped silhouette to show your trousers. But skinny jeans tend to compress your legs directly from the hips, so instead the shadow "mutes" into a Y-shape. Why is this NOT appealing? Consider how the eyes of people suddenly concentrate on the compressed "twigs" covering your ankles, calves, and knees. That's why–you're finally looking top-heavy. And even if you're naturally thin, skinny jeans can still highlight your shortage of bulk (making you look "ungraciously tall and thin"). If you would like a second opinion, ask the ladies. I can't think of any woman who has spent her teen years telling me that she sees skinny jeans as appealing to men.