41 thoughts on “What the fuck pants do I wear other than jeans

  1. Anonymous says:

    Dress pants, anon.

    You can get really affordable pairs nearly everywhere, but beware to not fall for the ‘too wide and boxy because it’s /fashion/’-meme, not everyone can pull that off.

  2. Anonymous says:

    I don’t know the answer to this question. Denim is just my default pair of bottoms and has been for the last 15 years.

    Recently I’ve been trying to wear light colored linen trousers more often though.

  3. Anonymous says:

    What are the pants called that are a bit like track pants but a tiny bit more dressy and have a line on the front/middle that goes down from the top to the bottom of the pants?

  4. Anonymous says:

    (double) pleated trousers, shorts, plaid pants, wool pants, corduroy pants, etc.

    hecking braindead ass question dude go outside

  5. Anonymous says:

    I discovered like a year ago that jeans are basically the death of fashion. Yeah they were hip in the 60s thru the 90s and it is part of quintessential Americana but basically everyone wears them now as a basic and most have so much elastic or polyester in them (without going raw denim) that it’s hard to even call them jeans anymore. They can’t be dressed up no matter how hard you try and everyone does. People attend church in a button down and slim fit jeans, it’s gross.

    I wear them to work or on lazy Sundays. For everything else thrift some wool dress pants and get creative.

    • Anonymous says:

      they were hip from the 50’s through the 2010’s but I recently had this realization as well. I couldn’t believe it, but jeans were no longer cool.
      Though I am somewhat excited for different, "21st century" fabrics, like what athleisure has ushered in.

    • Anonymous says:

      I wear jeans because they’re rugged and low maintenance. You don’t have to worry about getting them dirty, tearing them from getting caught on something, and you don’t have to iron them to keep them wrinkle free and maintain its crease. But if I have to "dress up", then I wear dark jeans, like dark wash navy blue or black. And yeah, heck jeans with plastic in them. They’re not jeans if they aren’t 100% cotton.

      • Anonymous says:

        I wear them too. Personally I just think they’re played out, and that’s mostly because they are, like you describe, low maintenance. But they can’t be dressed up, outside of West Texas, and when I see people try to make them dressy it’s cringe, even on myself. Think of a tweed blazer with jeans, it never works but people continue to think that it does.

        Pay attention next time you go out, day or night, anywhere where people are expected to be dressed even slightly formal/business and you’ll see it and never unsee it.

        • Anonymous says:

          On a further note, spandex has really killed my faith in clothing. It shrinks in the wash, and as you wear throughout the day it stretches too much and starts to sag, so any material it’s blended with loses it’s desired properties, whether it be drape or rigidity. I’m honestly happy larger proportioned clothes are making a comeback as hopefully it means less stretch.

      • Anonymous says:

        Probably the same stuff wrinkle free formal trousers are made of. A mix of polyester, viscose, and maybe some spandex thrown in.

    • Anonymous says:

      I’ve been wanting to start wearing slacks more often but I don’t know what shirts pair with them so that I don’t look over dressed. Is there a regular casual (i.e. not business casual) way to wear them or is untucked button up the closest I’m gonna get?
      That or commit and go with the yakuza/mobster look.

      • Anonymous says:

        https://i.imgur.com/JsCDEPk.jpg

        What the heck pants do I wear other than jeans

        Get some regular fit chinos in navy and dark gray. Not skinny, regular. As

        Depends on what else your wearing.
        Chinos is basically the non-jeans jeans

        said, they are the non-jeans jeans. You’ll improve almost any fit that looks good with jeans.

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