Celebrity Men Wear Women’s Jeans

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Celebrity Men Love Women’s Skinny Jeans

It wasn’t uncommon for rockstar men to wear women’s jeans a few decades ago, but when the 90’s rolled in and everyone favoured extremely baggy (or what I call terribly ill fitting) clothing for that boy/girl band look, skinny jeans and tight clothing vanished. As times change constantly though and fashion evolves and revolves, gone are the days of super sizing your t-shirt and jeans and in are the days where everything is fitted and flattering.

Skinny jeans for women started becoming popular again almost 10 years ago and the men followed soon after. Now it’s got to the point where our clothes and jeans just aren’t tight enough, especially for the guys. If the super skinny jeans for men just aren’t cutting it, what’s the next best thing? Women’s skinny jeans for men of course. Now don’t be alarmed when I say this! I’m not talking about going out and buying the most girly, blinged up pair of jeans you can find and rocking a feminine look if you aren’t into that, I’m talking about making like the popular trend of celebrity men wearing women’s jeans and making them fit with their wardrobe, so much so that you wouldn’t even know they were women’s jeans at all.

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Famous guys like the One Direction band members Harry Styles, Zayn Malik and Niall Horan all love women’s skinny jeans and wear them on a daily basis, just to get that tight fit. Zac Efron recently took things further and went for the ultimate women’s skinny, in coated black. The Only Way Is Essex star, Joey Essex, loves his women’s jeans tight and you also have Russell Brand, Jared Leto, Mick Jagger… They all adore wearing women’s skinny jeans and they look amazing wearing them. You wouldn’t be able to tell these guys were wearing women’s jeans if I hadn’t mentioned it, I’m sure. So, check out these celebrity men in women’s skinny jeans and let us know what you think!

Harry Styles in Paige Denim Women’s Jeans

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Harry Styles has become known for his love of Paige women’s jeans. He was often spotted in the Verdugo ultra skinny as he always said he preferred his jeans to be super tight, so women’s jeans were the only option. That makes sense. Since then, he’s been loyal to the Paige brand for years, in fact we have only ever seen him out in his Paige jeans and nothing else. He’s got quite the collection now! Given his look of long hair and tattoos, his jeans being this tight don’t look out of place at all, in fact they suit him and he looks fantastic. I know many guys who favour Paige women’s jeans when it comes to that perfect skinny fit. Not only because they are so comfortable and stretchy, but the minimal and classic design is perfect for going under the radar. You can buy Paige online at Shopbop here.

Zac Efron in Citizens of Humanity Women’s Skinny Jeans

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Now style icon, Zac Efron, recently jumped on the women’s jeans bandwagon, going one further and choosing a coated style. We used to spot Zac in his Diesel and Nudie skinny jeans, but I think he decided that they just weren’t tight enough for him anymore. A couple of weeks ago Zac showed up on The Ellen Show wearing a pair of the Citizens of Humanity Rocket skinny jeans in Black Leatherette. I applaud his choice here because if you are going to do coated, these jeans are the way to do it. I’ve owned them since 2011 and they are still a popular choice for people to buy these days. I even have a male friend who wears his own pair and loves them too since they look just like leather. I think Zac has definitely opened a door here for sales in women’s coated jeans to soar! Buy these exact jeans online here.

Jared Leto in Saint Laurent Women’s Jeans

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Jared Leto has always been known for his quirky and unexpected dress sense, but with his care free attitude, nobody bats an eyelid to what he wears as it’s Jared, and it suits him. A little while back he showed up at the Coachella music festival wearing a pair of Saint Laurent Tiger print skinny jeans from the women’s collection. Not only are these jeans nicely fitted on him and flattering to his legs, but the tiger print doesn’t even overwhelm him. Not many guys are brave enough to delve into the world of printed denim as it can be quite feminine, but if you style a look like Jared has here, mixing other prints and masculine pieces with it, nobody will know the difference. Don’t you think he’s totally rocking these? These jeans are now old, but you can shop Saint Laurent for women online at Luisaviaroma.

Naill Horan in Paige Denim Women’s Jeans

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Following in the footsteps of best friend Harry Styles, Niall Horan from One Direction also tested out Paige women’s jeans. Going for that ultra skinny fit, he opted for the Verdugo in Ramone Destructed above and also the Tristan blue wash, giving him the tightness he desired. Since these jeans fit in so well with his outfit and they look quite boyish with the distressing, there’s absolutely no reason to suspect otherwise when it comes to the gender. That’s the great thing about this era being all about fit, we just look for the perfect fit, what’s flattering and that’s it, gender doesn’t come into it when it comes to clothes. Buy these jeans online at the Paige website.

Russell Brand in Current/Elliott Women’s Jeans

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Ladies man and rocker, Russell Brand, has been known to wear women’s jeans for a long time as he always favoured that really tight fit. He’s worn men’s too, often choosing Neill Barrett jeans, but when it comes to women’s jeans, he wore a pair of Current/Elliott Soho Zip Stiletto Jeans in Army Green, which like Zac Efron, also have a coating, but not as shiny. Given the dark olive shade of green that these jeans have, you wouldn’t be able to tell they were women’s at all, but you can see from the hip zippers and the super skinny fit that they are. With Russell’s styling though, they just look like ordinary men’s jeans don’t they? Buy Current/Elliott online by clicking here.

Zayn Malik in Ksubi Women’s Jeans

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Ex One Direction band member, Zayn Malik, also opted for women’s jeans like his band mates, but he didn’t choose Paige. Zayn loves to wear the Ksubi Spray On Skinny Jeans in Carbon Black. Choosing a slightly slouchier fit and a dark wash like this means nobody can tell the difference if these are women’s or men’s jeans or not. He incorporated them into his personal style perfectly, even with the ankle zippers at the inseams, which are known on women’s jeans quite regularly. You can buy these exact jeans in the sale here or you can shop the full Ksubi collection online here.

Joey Essex in Women’s Skinny Jeans

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Reality TV star, Joey Essex, has always loved a tight fit. His personal style has always been quite out there, often opting for really tiny short shorts, bum bags/fanny packs and onesies, but he also adores skinny jeans. Joey is quite small and has a petite frame, so it’s no surprise that he’s chosen women’s skinny jeans to get that ultra skinny fit. I’m not 100% sure on the brand of these since they are quite plain and I can’t see the back pockets, but I know Topshop do pairs extremely similar to this, so that might be your best choice if you like Joey’s look. Buy Topshop skinny jeans online at their website.

Mick Jagger in Coated Women’s Skinny Jeans

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And finally, we have Mick Jagger. Mick used to wear J Brand women’s jeans all the time, even their coated pairs, until the brand actually came out with a custom pair of ‘Jagger’ jeans for Mick himself to wear on his tours. Given how slim he is, I think choosing women’s jeans is probably the best option for him as it means he can get that ultra skinny look. I know a lot of shorter guys often prefer women’s jeans too because the rises on men’s can be too high and uncomfortable, where as on women’s, they are lower. You can buy J Brand women’s jeans online by clicking here.

– So, if you are looking for some great women’s jeans that are plain and inconspicuous so they suit your masculine style, I’ve recommended a few different brands to you below for their plain back pockets and simplicity in design. Nobody will know the difference. If you would like a more in depth post on the best women’s jeans brands for men, do let me know! How many of you guys often wear women’s jeans or are you thinking of trying them?

Best plain women’s jeans: J Brand | FRAME Denim | Paige Denim | Citizens

45 Comments

  1. anonimatovato
    January 28, 2016 / 8:27 pm

    the key element is getting ‘plain’ jeans with a some edgy style like some ripps or what not.

    i purcahsed a pair of bongo’s light blue wash high waisted skinny jeans with small knee rips. they look like regular skinny jeans.

    i actually have recently brought walgreens denim jeans leggings (plain, not the floral one) and they look so good like jeans paired with a long shirt! they have a faded wash look to them. they have have that skin tight feel to them.

    • January 29, 2016 / 12:32 am

      Yep! Plain jeans definitely do the trick!

      • anonimatovato
        May 20, 2016 / 5:59 am

        i actually gone a step further and brought a pair of skinny bootcut black dress pants from the ymi brand. the rise is located in the opposite, but with their plain design, back with slant pocket with buttons, you can’t really tell they’re women’s pants and to my surprise, the front pocket is still decent enough to carry small phone.

        Since men are rocking the tighter pant look, it doesn’t look alarming to be honest.

  2. Jason
    May 25, 2016 / 3:12 am

    I’ve been a fan of Paige Jeans for years and was looking for something skinnier than the Lennox style that I usually wear. I didn’t like the Croft style due to it’s lower rise. I did try the Verdugo and Hoxton styles from the women’s side of the store. I ended up going with the Hoxton style as its higher rise rested on my hips and didn’t need to be pulled up. The Mona wash is a nice solid dark blue with no embellishments. The transcend fabric takes getting used to but it is exceptionally comfortable although I would prefer a fabric that feels more like normal denim. Never the less, I’ve added these to my daily rotation of jeans that I wear. The primary down side to date is the small front pockets which are pretty much useless. A more in depth post on which women’s jeans work best for men would be helpful to cut down on trial and error.

    • May 25, 2016 / 10:54 am

      Hi Jason, that’s a good idea actually! I will see if our male writer Jonathan who wears women’s jeans would be interested in doing that. That is the downside with women’s jeans though, they all have smaller front pockets as women have handbags and don’t generally use the pockets. If you don’t like the Transcend fabric though, there are some Hoxton in regular denim, not all of them come in the super stretchy Transcend fabric, so keep a look out for those! But good idea for the post!

      Jonathan did write this post before if it helps in any way http://thejeansblog.com/jeans-advice/womens-skinny-jeans-for-men/

  3. Jason
    May 29, 2016 / 1:31 am

    Lorna, your explanation of the smaller front pockets makes a lot of sense. A handbag may work. If you do a deeper post on women’s jeans for men, it would be useful to cover the details / accessories that may be needed such as a handbag. With respect to the Paige’s transcend fabric, you are so right about other washes being more like typical denim. I tried the Margot style in the Buchanan wash. These may become my all time favorite jeans. The referenced blog by Jonathan was informative. Would like similar info on styles other than the skinny fit….Jason

    • June 2, 2016 / 10:33 am

      We will keep this in mind!

  4. jens
    June 20, 2016 / 9:50 pm

    Hi there…
    I have bought girls jeans for several years because I simply love the look just as my girlfriend find my look really attractive when wearing skinny well fitting jeans…
    I’m. 185 and 87 kg, well build and muscular but not super big…
    I have 6 pair of girls jeans and even that you mention the smaller pockets as a problem I actually find them better as they show off my ass much better…;)
    If a guy is good looking and self confident I think It looks awesome with the smaller pockets.. I have two pairs with some bling (metal studs and stones) as well – and I have no problem at all to rock them with a pair of high top sneakers and t-shirt and maybe a biker jacket….
    My girlfriend always tell me that wearing spray-on’s or girls jeans makes me even more manly…;)
    Another thing is that I have also tried to rock my girlfriends leather leggings and my biker jacket for the “all leather” look a few times…
    I still think it is too much but my girlfriend is totally into that look and in fact I really rocked it well – I just think its too girly..:)
    Anyway – I’m pretty sure as time go I can be convinced to go that way too..haha
    Btw. Your post about skinny jeans for muscle girls is super relevant and I guess those jeans could be relevant for very muscular guys who wants the look as well??
    Anyway – I’m not that big but was just thinking….
    Keep up the good work on your super cool blog…
    Jens

    • June 21, 2016 / 1:50 am

      So glad you liked the article, Jens! We actually have an article for men with muscular thighs who want skinny jeans too, as well as the women, so there’s definitely something there for those guys.

      Smaller pockets are usually a pain to guys as they can’t fit their phones/wallet/keys etc in them, as they don’t carry handbags like women do. Women’s jeans can look amazing on men though, as you have found! So I’m glad you’re not ashamed to try them out. Gender doesn’t matter as long as you are getting the perfect fit. If you do like the leather pants look but find it a bit too girly, have you thought about going with a women’s pair of moto/biker leather pants? A pair with ribbing around the knees and seams? They are much more masculine and you can still have the double leather look. I’m glad your girlfriend enjoys your dress sense too!

      • jens
        June 25, 2016 / 8:07 am

        Hi Lorna:)
        Thanks a lot for your reply… You mention tat I could wear women’s biker leather pants for the double spray-on leather look;)
        Do you have any brand or examples that would look good??
        Looking forward to explore:)
        Have a nice day!!!
        Jens

        • June 25, 2016 / 10:55 am

          Hi Jens, what type of price range are you looking at? Real leather or faux leather?

          • jens
            June 25, 2016 / 12:47 pm

            Hey Lorna,
            faux or pvc also okay.. I like the eye catching style 🙂

            • jens
              June 28, 2016 / 8:31 pm

              Hey;)
              Okay… Quite cool:)
              Maybe this model will be quite short on the legs – that is something that i found can be a little difficult when buying womens jeans…
              Anyway – now I know the kind of style you are suggesting me to wear – and I like it;)
              Thanks a lot for your help Lorna;)

  5. Paul
    June 23, 2016 / 3:26 pm

    I wear women’s jeans all the time as they fit like a second skin and I love the way that they cling to my body. I always wear a matching denim jacket with my women’s jeans so I have pockets to put my bits and pieces.

    • June 23, 2016 / 4:59 pm

      That’s a very good idea!

  6. anonimatovato
    June 23, 2016 / 7:03 pm

    Recently purcahsed Levi’s 532 super skinny ultra low rise, and Levi’s 524 Skinny Ultra Low Rise and they look sweet! Levi’s can easily be worn because they don’t look too different from men’s, but they do have a tighter fit and smaller back pockets that accents the back side way better than men’s jeans.

    • June 23, 2016 / 11:36 pm

      I think Levi’s are a great option too since they are a unisex brand, thanks for sharing that!

      • anonimatovato
        June 23, 2016 / 11:42 pm

        I think Lucky Brand is another great one, although I don’t own any of them. About the Levi’s, you can get them occasionally at Ross or TJ Max/Marchalls, but it will be the older models like the leggings or curve id jeans.

        • June 24, 2016 / 3:30 pm

          The Curve ID collection might also be useful too, for accommodating thighs!

    • David Thompson
      January 20, 2017 / 3:35 pm

      I couldn’t have put it better myself, the larger back pockets and the miles of extra space in the crotch area are two main factors as to why men’s jeans look principally designed for manual work and women’s jeans look and are designed for style.

  7. Eugene
    October 3, 2016 / 12:36 am

    Hi Lorna!
    I discovered women’s jeans while looking for tall sizes at Old Navy. Not surprising, there was nothing. I walked over to the women’s side and found 2 pairs in size 8 tall that were on close out. I love the softness and lyrca stretch. The mid-rise of women’s jeans is more comfortable. Best of all, they are not baggy like to today’s jeans. They fit so well that I do not have to wear a belt. Boot cut flair and tight knees make them look a little like girl’s jeans, if you look closely. That’s no big deal.

    The women’s sizes seem to be tricky. Everyone seems to refer to the waist size. The waist is the narrowest part of the mid section. However, no one wears pants there. I think the size seems to have more with to do with the hips than the waist.

    As for the small pockets, I noticed the tighter the jeans, the smaller the pockets. I have a Lee Signature which has half pockets. These are women’s relax fit. My other Old Navy Dreamer, Curvy, Original jeans are much tighter and have small pockets. I think because of the tightness, if the pockets were any bigger, the jeans would be too tight if something was in the pockets. I just stick to my small iPhone5 which fits perfectly in the small pocket. My wallet and keys fit snuggle in the other pocket as well.

    Women’s jeans are not for everyone. I have an athletic body so women’s fits me well. I do not think there should be jeans for guys like me in the men’s section. Those jeans would not be the same thing.

    • October 3, 2016 / 7:36 pm

      Hi Eugene!

      Glad you found women’s jeans and like them. For pockets, it’s dependent actually on the brand and the cut of the jean. Each brand has a different design for back pockets, so they all vary. Have you tried the skinnies instead of bootcut? They look less feminine.

      • Eugene
        October 6, 2016 / 3:04 am

        Hi Lorna,

        Yes, I have tried womens skinny jeans in the store. It feels strange to have my jeans clinging to my calves. I think that the skinny jeans look more feminine because most jeans worn by women are skin tight. Maybe if I was rock star like those in this article, I could wear skinnies. For men, they say that if you pinch the fabric on the thighs of your pants and if the pinch is less than an inch, your pants are too tight. I think when it comes to wearing women’s jeans it is OK to go to around 1/4 inch, but not zero.

        In a way I like the boot cut because I wear high tops, and they go over the shoes easily.

        • October 6, 2016 / 11:53 am

          Hi! I think it’s a matter of personal preference really and personal style. I know plenty of guys who like to wear them really tight and it looks fine, just depends on the leg shape and body of the wearer. Good luck with your searching though!

          • Adan
            February 9, 2017 / 9:11 pm

            A great boot jean for women that I wear is the Seven for all mankind Kimmie Bootcuts. They are basically skinny with a slight flare around the ankle area. They are great for guys like me who have big hips and a round butt and still give that more masculine look around The shoe area while staying tight in the right places. They are my go to jean to dress up. Very flattering. Some days I get 10 plus compliments from comeplete strangers .

      • anonimatovato
        January 13, 2017 / 1:29 am

        Depending on the brand and jeans design, I don’t think bootcuts don’t really look that feminine since men typically wear jeans with some leg room. I prefer some skinny bootcuts and I wear them true to size, they end up looking like skinny or fitted jeans with some leg room. Flairs, yeah those can be tricky, extremely flaired out makes them look like those bell bottoms from the 70s, so I’m not really a fan of those.

        • Adan
          February 9, 2017 / 9:16 pm

          Agreed! I don’t go anywhere near a true flare. Way too feminine. The only one I’ll touch is the AE artist jean, which is classified as a flare but is closer to boot. Leg opening I think is 19, some flares from designer jeans are 23 inches which is bell bottom,,,,, does not look good on any guy ….

  8. David Thompson
    January 12, 2017 / 5:47 pm

    I tried women’s jeans for the first time in 2008 and will never return to wearing men’s jeans. Men’s jeans are less shapely because they are cut with far too much space around the crotch which is itself too low, hence why they sag at the bum and bunch up in the crotch area when you sit down. Apparently 95% of men’s jeans look badly cut and rather a mess and if you look on the streets, this figure is about right. It’s not the men who are at fault, it is simply that men’s jeans are in general, poorly cut

  9. David Thompson
    January 13, 2017 / 12:19 am

    I would personally give up wearing jeans altogether rather than wear men’s jeans again.

    • January 20, 2017 / 12:44 pm

      Ha ha, a lot feel the same as you!

  10. Louie
    January 29, 2017 / 8:27 am

    Hi Lorna

    Your article is so informative. I got into this trend back around 08 when J Brand released their popular 912 skinny in ink and the founders were still behind the label. Those jeans were tight but so comfortable too the first time wearing them thanks to modern fabric technology and the inherent stretch. The dark blue with plain pockets and contrast stitching just looked simple and amazing in photos while easily passing as unisex. I’m probably able to pull off this look because I’m slender for a guy and can size down to 24 or 25 depending on the brand that might make a few women mad at me! When friends bugged me about how tight they look I jokingly replied having girl’s legs lets me get away with wearing them. 😀 As you mentioned the key is minimalist or plain pockets without any tacky looking embellishments and this became the criteria when deciding on skinny jeans. Ever since then I stopped getting men’s and all the jeans I began accumulating were of the skinny or ultra skinny kind that have hems from 9” to 12” without exception from ebay or e retailers like Shopbop or Revolve. I still wear men’s jeans for work or doing messy things like fixing cars or just as a change of variety. The bulk of my collection is predominantly J Brand and 7FAM because I really liked the colors and skinny cuts they made for the market over a number of years. I tend to stick with the higher end labels like them but also have small numbers of DL1961 Paige Joes Buffalo Rock & Republic and a less known brand called Degaine that is no longer around unfortunately. No idea why they vanished because their jeans were really nice. I was even wearing a very dark brown skinny pair by Superfine that has a waxy or coated finish back in 09 before coated jeans became a trend. I managed to find them overseas from a fashion retailer’s website in Oz and they were on clearance. Dark washes like black or deep ink are the preference but my collection also has a few other colors. Men’s jeans aren’t flattering on someone with a slender build. Women’s skinny jeans give much better definition on the legs and butt so they are far more flattering and I really like how all mine fit like a second skin. Now I get what girls mean when they say it feels sexy while wearing tight jeans. The fabric is also amazingly soft too like my pair of gold metallic coated skinny by 7FAM. All my 7s are the skinny cut and many of them are either coated or metallic. The shallow front pockets in women’s jeans are great but I won’t own a pair that has fake front pockets because there should always be some functionality of front pockets even at a minimum. Objects like coins won’t drop out like they can with men’s jeans.

    • February 2, 2017 / 1:41 pm

      Hi Louie!

      You are a pro with women’s jeans then! That was almost 10 years ago you got into them. I remember the J Brand 912 and then the 910, they really started bringing skinny jeans to the front of fashion. If you’re looking for other women’s jeans cuts to try, I would definitely recommend the Hudson Barbara to you. It’s a nice high rise with minimal design, super skinny, comfortable. Comes in numerous washes, and has functional front pockets. Those are great! The Citizens of Humanity Carlie and Rocket are second as well, those are fantastic. My fiance has a very slim build as well, he wears size 26/27 in women’s jeans and men’s jeans just always look so baggy and ill fitted on him, so in women’s skinny jeans it really flatters him. You can check out his blog if you like! http://youraverageguystyle.com

      • Louie
        February 3, 2017 / 6:04 am

        Hi Lorna

        Thanks for the input! Will you be doing more articles about this? I checked out the link and looks like his brown boots are very similar to the ones I wear with skinny jeans except mine are black leather and pointed toe. It’s a look I really like especially during fall and winter seasons for the past 9 years. He looks really fashionable and when a blogger wears a similar outfit it gives validation I’m on the right track! That pair of COH jeans look really good on the celeb in the photo above as if the jeans are unisex. I like how the black coating seems to really stand out. Coincidentally I was pondering to get the racer version if the price was right instead of the rocket because I like low to mid rise waists. I can’t think of high rise jeans without being reminded of the 70s and early 80s fashion disaster. Another label I want to try is AG who has many skinny cuts that look amazing. Paige recently released a coated version of their Verdugo cut with transcend fabric that I want to eventually get when the prices come down. Will there be a review on them soon? You remember the 912 and 910 skinny jeans too! I like how they were all low rise and have numerous pairs of both in dark ink and black washes. Not sure if you are familiar with all their numbers but I even have the 1812 and 1810 in super dark and the 91010 they made in shorter production runs. They all still fit and feel amazing. In hindsight I should have only bought the ones with 10” hems because the inseam was perfect for me being 5’7” and the 12” hems would bunch up a bit at the bottom but still acceptable.

        • February 15, 2017 / 12:37 am

          Hi Louie!

          I definitely recommend the COH Leatherette to you in the Racer if you like that style. I did a review on a couple of pairs of them before, but those are old now. I can try to find the links for you. The coating though is one of the best I have come across, so I recommend them over the other coated jeans. When you say reviewing, which pair did you mean? And are you asking for more posts on celebrity men in women’s jeans?

          Thanks!

          • Louie
            February 15, 2017 / 5:31 am

            Oh I meant a review on the Paige verdugo black fog skinny jeans. The fabric might be called transcend. Yeah more articles about women’s jeans that are viable alternatives for men. I know those COH jeans have been out for at least a couple years by now but they still look every bit as current. I find that a lot of coated skinny jeans don’t look as glossy as in photos but if you say the COH jeans have a great coating then that’s the one for me. I have a pair of 7FAM skinny jeans in high shine but they aren’t as glossy as in photos. Got them preowned from ebay for under $30 but they still have a little bit of shimmer to them but kinda deciding on recoating them according to some DIY videos on youtube using acrylic paint and gel gloss to make them more shimmery.

            • February 15, 2017 / 2:05 pm

              Oh I don’t own the Verdugo in Black Fog, so I wont be able to review them. There have been a few articles on the blog for women’s jeans on men, have you read them all? I definitely say the coating on the COH is amazing. It’s very thick and shiny, so in person it looks gorgeous!

    • Adan
      February 9, 2017 / 8:36 pm

      I typically get my front pockets altered on my women’s sevens. They can make the pocket deeper really easily from the inside. I like to keep my phone in the front pockets. Without altering the pocket in a women’s jean it will stick out about halfway and I think that is a girly look. I also like to put my wallet in my front pocket. I keep a very very thin wallet so you can’t even tell. Women’s jeans weren’t meant to put things in back pockets (maybe cell phone for a quick easy carry but that’s it). I prefer to keep my back pockets empty when wearing women’s jeans. It keeps the shape of the jean and my rear end looks very flattering and round.
      If you bring your designer jeans to a seamstress to fix the hem at the leg (I always keep original hem on jeans) It will run you about 25$ and lengthening front pockets so they are deeper will run you another 20$ about). Anytime i buy a pair of Kimmie Bootcuts by Seven for all mankind I know I’ll have to sink another 50$ into them for minor alterations.

      • Louie
        February 15, 2017 / 5:43 am

        I might carry a few coins in the front pockets but that’s about it so I don’t mind the shallow pockets.

  11. Adan
    February 8, 2017 / 10:55 pm

    I have been wearing women’s jeans for a few years now actually. I originally went into the 7 for all mankind store looking for a pair of men’s bootcuts. I’ve always had issues finding good fitting jeans and never really felt comfortable wearing them. After trying on like every pair in the men’s section the two girls working suggested I try the women’s…
    At first i thought they were kidding and doing it to be flirty but the one girl showed me pictures of her boyfriend wearing her women’s jeans. I originally tried straights and skinnies but due to my large hips and booty I settled on the Kimmie Bootcuts. They are made for “curvey” women and I’ve been told I have a girls butt before so they worked out really well.
    I was a little shy to wear them at first bc even though i knew they looked good I still knew they were women’s jeans. One day though I pulled them out of the bag and my girlfriend couldn’t help but comment on how nice they look. She was shocked to see they were women’s and thinks it’s the hottest thing in the world. She told me that all her girl friends commented on how good I look.
    7FAM Kimmie are my go to jeans now. I have 6 pairs.
    I also recently started wearing the American Eagle Kick boot and Skinny Kick Jean. Same thing, went into the store looking for T shirts and ended up trying jeans. 7FAM are more uni sex in pocket design bc there is no difference between men’s and women’s
    AE jeans have a different back pocket design in men’s and women’s
    But it isn’t girly or anything. They have the feel of a stretchy designer Jean without the 220$ price tag. I get plenty of comments in my AE skinny kicks also.

    • anonimatovato
      February 9, 2017 / 12:20 am

      I have a pair of dark indigo wash AE skinny jeans, and they mostly look like guy jeans even with the back pockets designs. I went at Kohl’s and purchased So skinny stretch jeans. Yes the back pockets are probably a show, but it’s nothing really girlish. It has a nice ‘swirl’ design, but many jeans for men have similar back pockets designs so it looks good. I bought 2 skinny jeans from them, blue and black, and indigo wash jegging.

      • Adan
        February 9, 2017 / 7:25 pm

        Looove the AE indigo wash. It’s actually one of my favorite washes. They do a good job with the whiskering. Mine have a really nice bright gold contrast stitching which really highlight the Jean. The one problem is don’t sit on anything light!! They leave stain marks on everything including my legs. I live in Houston and after a party last summer I got home to change and I guess with the humidity it really made the dye run everywhere.
        I don’t wear skinnies or jegging (my big hips and butt get in the way….)
        AE hardly has any women’s boot jeans anymore. I was in the store the other day and there was nothing, the girl said mostly everything boot is online only now. If I was into skinny and jegging I’d be in paradise.,.
        They had like 50 different washes

      • Louie
        February 15, 2017 / 5:38 am

        Yeah AE indigo wash looks amazing with the contrasting gold stitching.

  12. February 21, 2017 / 7:57 am

    Really an interesting blog. The funny thing which i liked here is men can wear some women’s jeans or jean type. Yes women jean pockets are not broad as men’s. Even women can wear men’s jean by little shaping or altering it, women can get broad pockets which they need not carry a purse always, only sometimes. Jeans have almost become sometimes uni-sexual. One more thing men’s jean, as i have noticed are more thicker and rugged. Thanks for sharing this.

    • June 5, 2017 / 2:34 pm

      This fact is never raised that female menswear is still menswear ! A big deal is made if a male wears a menswear style that is found uniquely in the female department. The topic worked up into crescendo that males are wearing women’s pants; no they are menswear customized for a female anatomy; males are still wearing menswear or transvestite wear, referring to the female as the cross-dresser. The most gender biased industry is the fashion industry , especially the last 50 plus years with females abandoning skirts, dresses, gowns and jumping into male trousers, pants, leggings/ tights—St. Joan of Arc returned to wearing men’s pants while imprisoned and refused to stop wearing her male garments; she was burned at the stake for her transvesitism/ sinful fashion. Her male pants she wore ? Tights / leggings !

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