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Jeans

How Many Jeans Should You Have?

Aaron Marino of alpha m. is 'on the street' and 'in the war zone' with 'bad hair' answering questions about how many jeans should you have in rotation.

Every man should have at least 2 pairs: one dressy (not distressed) and one casual.  If you are only wearing them on weekends, 2 - 3 pairs is sufficient.However, realistically, Aaron recommends having 4 -5 pairs for rotation.

Aaron has different pairs for winter that are longer, shorter for summer, shorter for certain shoes, and so on & so forth. Wear a pair twice at the most before they are stretched-out and stinky.  Don't wear the same pair every day, because people will notice. Also, have enough for variety. How many items you need of a specific item depends on how often you are wearing that specific item and its rotation.


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Men's Buffalo Jeans  -
February 14, 2012
Aaron Marino of alpha m. discusses Buffalo Jeans by David Bitton. Alpha discovered these jeans in the store Buckle. Buffalo jeans are the most comfortable jeans that you will ever put on. They are made from a lighter weight of material and have a good amount of stretch in them. He presents the straight leg BuffaloDixel Jean and easy fit Buffalo Lobe Jean which he recently purchased. Designer jeansRead More»
Belts 101 -
December 18, 2011
Belts, both functional and fashionable, come in an assortment of styles, colors and types, and without one, make a pair of pants look naked. Like everything else we wear, belts are a reflection of our personality and fashion sense, and have the ability to make or break an outfit. Belts give our body a balanced look, separating our upper from our lower; creating symmetry no matter what our shape orRead More»
Men's Pant Rise | Standard, Mid, Low -
December 18, 2011
Aaron Marino of alpha m. discusses the pant rise which is the distance between the waist band to the bottom of the crotch. A standard rise is about 12 inches. 'Standard' was standard back in the 50's and 60's, which they wore their pants at their belly button. We currently wear pants around our natural waist. Designers are now making low and mid rises (8 to 11 inches) making the pant fit better wiRead More»
Men's Jeans Style Guide -
December 18, 2011
Straight-forward and direct,  here's what you do NOT want in men's jeans: jeans that taper. This means you don’t want a pair of jeans that get narrow as they go down your leg, ending with a tight ring around your ankle. anything that's been acid washed, or makes one start reminiscing about hair-band videos from the 1980's. Acid washed jeans are like leisure suits – they will never come back Read More»

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