why are so many people bending their trousers ? on the waywt threads most of the posters are bending thier jeans .
bending jeans, yes or no ?
I know what you mean OP
these goofy ass autists bending their pants when they walk
who uses their knees anymore? or any joint for that matter
>tfw I am walking straight legged to flexion when I stroll to class, like a true /fa/ god
OP do you mean like this?
some raw jeans only come in one length. since heavy denim is almost impossible to hem with stand sewing equipment, it's better to just cuff 'em. in addition, raw denim shrinks after it's finally washed, so you have to buy them a little longer than what you usually wear and thus cuff them by default (to wear them normal after washing.)
Some people like the hard line that it defines at the end of a pant leg. It's much the same reason why some people like clean hems on trousers and some like cuffs. It's a stylistic choice that produces a specific visual effect.
Because enough people that were wearing heavy denim did it that it became a generally accepted trend. Proper cropped trousers have also been popular lately and it's an easy way to show some ankle.
Bending is a trend that has escaped the realm of fashion into technology.
I think the bigger question, OP, is why aren't you bending your jeans?
Famous American menswear designer Thom Yorke popularised the use of bends recently.
>year of our lord 2014
>not bending your jeans
Someone give me a fit check, please. I bent a scarf around my leg to accessorize and add texture.