It's time for the second edition of What Not to Wear Wednesday. Lest you think that women are the only ones who occasionally dress inappropriately or immodestly, let's take a look at one of the biggest offenders in men's fashion.
I hardly even know where to begin. Perhaps I'll begin with a little song. "Pants on the ground, pants on the ground. Looking like a fool with your pants on the ground." (This is part of a song written by General Larry Platt. He sang this on American Idol in 2010. Click here to see his audition.)
When your pants are hanging off your rear they do NOT fit appropriately. If you have to hold your crotch area while walking in order to ensure that they stay up, well, that's just inappropriate. I feel inappropriate having to even point that out. If you're wearing a belt just to keep your pants at that spot right underneath your rear, do I really need to tell you that those pants don't fit? Apparently so.
Another thing, if you're a teenage celebrity that most pre-teen and teenage girls scream over whenever they merely think of you, don't you think you should dress without fear of your pants falling down? Or so that these same pre-teen and teenage girls aren't constantly staring at your crotch or rear in hopes that these pants fall down? Don't you have enough money to buy jeans that fit? I'm pretty sure that you do.
This, my friends, is Justin Bieber, teenage heartthrob. I'm not going to talk about anything other than his pants, even though there are other things that annoy me about this boy. In the first photo, Justin is holding his pants up by the crotch. Very classy, might I add. The second and third photos go together as the third is making sure that you know that the second photo is, in fact, the same kid. Why the belt if you're just going to wear your pants off your rear. Why?
These photos represent how men's jeans should fit. They're not skinny jeans (trust me, there'll be a post on that as well) and they're not so baggy that your pants are falling down. These men have jeans that are covering their rears and they could run around without fear of them falling down.
Take notice, men. Please don't wear jeans like Justin Bieber; rather, wear jeans that fit you. And trust me, those jeans are easy to find. Your size may not be easy to find but every store sells jeans that real men, rather then little boys, should wear.