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I need your advice. Lately here in Chicago I've been seeing a new fad slowly approaching for men. This deals with the same fad that is a major hit for women, and looks completely adorable on them. However, I can't say the same for guys. Or I just haven't seen it enough to make a judgement.

What do you guys think?

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well that's fashion....its not wrong to try a new looks for dressing up yourself. girls taste in fashion can be adoptable by the men because girls are more creative when it comes to fashion.. by the way i' am a fashion designer that specialize for zoot suit exclusively for men. its not wrong if tucked your jeans in your boots. try something new...
I think there nothing wrong with that because in fashion there is no right or wrong when people are talking about their own fashion style. Fashion created for people who has fashion statement for their selves and lurking it is not good. I know someone who is really expressing herself a lot when it comes to fashion, even though i know for others it looks like funny for them and some says it was over accessorize, over stylist but i think its just the way they expresses their self and they are comfortable with it. Fashion trends comes out in different era and generation its all about adopting it to your own style.
i believe that the military has already been doing this look for years.

fashion at the moment is going through an aggressive phase.
so i would say that this "look" for men might work, with the correct clothing.
obviously it's a look not to be translated literally from soldiers.

but for some reason i can envision certain trousers tucked in doc marten type boots..
either laced or unlaced.
this look was also already done somewhere in the late 80's early 90's.
it's a bit of a rebel look.
the right man, with the right attitude, and build, would be able to pull this look off.

i've just had an image flash into my mind:
if i were photographing this i know exactly how the model should look,
how the clothes would be styled, and what lighting i'd use and which backdrops.
The other day i saw a guy who wear boots who tucked his jeans into it and with his, i think a Polo Ralph Lauren custom fit shirt and its look pretty cute.
It is cool wearing jeans and tucked in to your boots... Try to wear Ralph Lauren it is fit when you wear that kind of style...

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It was considered cool many years ago but it is fashion and fashion starts with somebody being bold and trying new looks. I personally would rather wear a screen printing t-shirts with jeans because that is what I am comfortable in. Everybody is different.

Might depend on the type of boots and if the jeans are completely tucked in (showing the entire boot). I think that if a guy is wearing "cowboy boots" and tucks his jeans in completely and walks down the streets of NY, he is looking a bit too bold for my taste. Possibly, if he lives in Texas... If a construction worker is working in Manhattan and has his jeans tucked into "work boots", and the jeans have a bit of a rolled over effect I think it is OK. If it is snowing, and a businessman is wearing snow boots with his dress pants tucked in, that is acceptable (as long as he plans to change into his dress shoes when he reaches the office). Anyway, my first instinct is not to tuck in the jeans.. However, depends on the situation and or fashion statement.
By the way, please do not do roll up the jeans as seen in the picture above (Ladies OK, guys, please don't).
Men tucking there pants into their boots is nothing new the this planet, it's been going on for thousands of years. You can do it with baggy or skinny jeans.


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