LennyeTran wrote: Big thighs? Nah, just joking! I've got big thighs, so it's hard for me to wear tight jeans. I don't think I will own a pair. Well, back to boot cut style for me .
TearHere wrote:LennyeTran wrote: Big thighs? Nah, just joking! I've got big thighs, so it's hard for me to wear tight jeans. I don't think I will own a pair. Well, back to boot cut style for me .
yah..not too big, but big enough for tight jeans not to look good on me..
so that justifies my wearing of flare..
LennyeTran wrote: Same here. I've got no chicken legs like my cousin does. I wonder how I could get them chicken legs since running, jogging, biking, or anything won't work.
LennyeTran wrote::cry: What should we do next?
leave it that way ..? to hell with tight jeans..
TearHere wrote:bdw, i watched tv last night and heard that a local actress plans to undergo liposuction.. she was gonna overhaul her body.. then i remembered this topic..
i would never submit myself to this kind of operation.. would you?
LennyeTran wrote:That's the spirit! We'll make our own fashion and who cares if we're behind times. When they're going for one swing and come back, they'll meet us . Hence, we'll be right on track!
LennyeTran wrote:Never. Personal trainers are everywhere at the gym. Just spend a little bit money monthly and I'll get the shape that I wanted. There's no need to suffer myself with cosmetic sugery.
vince90 wrote:LennyeTran wrote:Dixie wrote:
It's informal but jeans can be combined with loads of top stuff, moreover there are many kinds of jeans... Anyway I love them.
But as long as they're jeans, they'll be informal for most workplaces. I work in retail area and we're not allowed to wear jeans. Not even jeans skirts. No open-toed shoes. No logo shirts.
I think people who work with customers, clients, vendors and etc. have to dress formally. Other than that I don’t see why they can’t wear casually.
vince90 wrote:Jeans became popular around the world and today people wear jeans more than ever. Here is the history of jeans and how it became popular.
http://www.newint.org/easier-english/Ga ... story.html
I love to wear jeans and I own a few pairs of it.
Do you wear jeans? Do you think it will be outdated in someday?
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