How to make curvy hips look less curvy as a guy? What kind of pants should I be looking at? High rise/ low rise/ tapered/s traight?
Provide some brands if you can.
High rise, slim straight. i have a feeling a tapered cut would just kind of accentuate how much your hips flair out. also maybe try tucking in your shirt, but at the same time keep the shirt a little boxy so that the transition between your chest and waist is a little less curvy
heh that's what I thought. But it's so hard finding things that get the job done. So far the only pants i've found that don't make my legs look feminine were dickies but im pretty sure it's weird to walk around wearing dickies looking like i work as a cop or at a mall or somshit
>tfw never gonna make it
>im pretty sure it's weird to walk around wearing dickies
dickies are actually kind of trendy right now. i wouldn't worry about it.
You don't have to be a skater, they just happen to be kind of a staple skate piece
Even the models are called work pants and they are simple as fuck, you can work them to plenty of fits
I wear 510s 2 size larger than fit my waste, fits perfect in the hips and tapers nicely and I'm left with a straight slim ish look. Actual straight slim pants look horrible. Also no break in the pant legs makes the legs look more slender. Just saying what works for me.
Are you incapable of reading a post to the end?
>Actual straight slim pants look horrible
>Just saying what works for me
Your yeah no means nothing to me because actual straight slim pants don't work for me and look horrible, while sized up tapered pants look like straight slims and do work. Do you need any more elaborating?
Belt until I get the waste tailored, extra 10 bucks to the cost. Sometimes they just hold up on the hips and thighs with no need for a belt. Levi's margin of error is huge really.
Nein, I don't really post anything on this board, only lurk. Just wanted to help out someone with the same problem. Just try some on in store, like I said the margin of error is big, I try on at least 3 pairs of the same size, they almost all fit different in some way or another, though they have been getting more consistent.
Also I get fat for winter for that natural insulating blubber, so the 510s don't fit properly, I wear 511s in winter only one size bigger to accommodate long johns. Fucking Canada.