Are mom jeans in fashion again?

Chris Pettersen [left] and Luke Jickain
Hermann Weber [left] and Jeff Misolas

They say they love my ass,
Seven Jeans, True Religion’s,
I say no, but they keep givin’
So I keep on takin’
And no I ain’t taken
We can keep on datin’
I keep on demonstrating.

Black Eyed Peas, My Humps

[Gasp] Are they in fashion again? I hope not. I saw a young woman wearing mom jeans [high-waisted, light colored and tapered jeans] last night going up to Piedra. I don’t care if it’s an 18th Amendment mom jeans, it just doesn’t hold right. Awful, awful. I still prefer the slim bootleg jeans. Or maybe the one featured in that popular billboard of Folded & Hung in EDSA with Mexican model Cedric Sandez in scandalously-low waist jeans. Guys just look sexy in those cuts – whether they are Bench or Rag & Bone. Bit of jeans anecdote: I used to date a modish guy who was raving about cheap but finely-crafted Vorve [?] jeans, supposedly a little-known denim store in Market!Market! Sure enough, his pants were the well-constructed ones, with perfect stitching, and I thought this local Vorve jeans must be really something. While he was taking a shower, I checked out his jeans; much to my surprise and awe – it was an Alexander van Slobbe, the one pair I couldn’t afford. We dated for two months.

4 thoughts on “Are mom jeans in fashion again?”

  1. hi! can it be possibly to have seaparte post and more photos of Jeff Misolas, just recently watched the bench show where he joined, swerte nung stage director ba yon don na nag screen, kalokah siya pumapasok talaga habang nagbibihis mga lalaki

  2. Any news about Chris Pettersen? I used to have a huge crush on him when he did that rejoice commercial where he was a drummer.

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