I live in jeans. I’m lucky enough to have a career where wearing jeans is part of the uniform. (Trust me, it’s by design. Nothing against dressing up now and then, but I got tired of the daily suit and tie routine 15 years ago.)
Remember when jeans were easy? Grab a pair of medium blues and head out. That was back in the day. Back before they became a fashion item. Before the price ballooned to over $100 a pair. Before anyone heard the cringe-inducing words “acid wash”. And before some genius had the bright idea to add pleats. (Believe it or not I still see guys out there wearing pleated jeans. Stop it. I’m begging you.)
Personally, I like jeans with a little more sophistication. Jeans that are cut to make me look good. But I also don’t want to have to worry about picking a pair that’s not “in style”. Not dyed the right shade of blue. (What’s in now? Dark wash? Faded blues? I have no idea.) Jeans that don’t have enough holes, too many holes, or whatever the fashionistas are currently whining about on celeb TV.
Take a look at PPD Jeans for men. An entire line created by a former jeans model especially for us guys. Every pair is designed to ensure you look good – without resorting to all the embellishments that were starting to slide dangerously close to the feminine side. (Embroidery? Rhinestones? Please.)
With attention to detail on fit, cut, placement of pockets, and rise, you can say goodbye to saggy jeans. (Which is a blessing for all of us out there working with flat, white-guy butt.) They are available in over 25 innovative washes including shades of navy, brown and even gray. So choosing a pair that’s stylish is easy. And not a pleated pair in the bunch.
www.paigepremiumdenim.com for styles and store locations.