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    I have muscle on my thighs as I have been going gym for over a year but i have around 18% bodyfat.

    I have been in a skinny jeans/slim fit phase for like nearly a year but now I think it looks kinda bad. Idk even though it seems to be a fashion trend.

    What is the best type of trouser? I want to look presentable and I guess joggers would look better for casual and to show off shoes
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    (Original post by SuperHuman98)
    I have muscle on my thighs as I have been going gym for over a year but i have around 18% bodyfat.

    I have been in a skinny jeans/slim fit phase for like nearly a year but now I think it looks kinda bad. Idk even though it seems to be a fashion trend.

    What is the best type of trouser? I want to look presentable and I guess joggers would look better for casual and to show off shoes
    can't judge until i see a pic of how it looks now...
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    I usually like skinny jeans on guys but can't tell until we see a pic
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    I still wear skinny jeans, just have to buy super-stretch material and buy a bigger waist size and wear a belt.
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    Stretch-skinnys are all the rave nowadays, and especially staple black ones help highlight sneakers the best. Goes with everything :getmecoat:

    Then again, while it may look good on a 6'2'' model with their strong jawline and well-groomed beard and whatnot, it does make boys' legs look quite feminine (especially some of the Ultra Super-Skinnys I've seen at Topman ) - joggers, slim fit are comfy and not as dumpy looking as straight-fit. But straight cut is good sometimes too - as casual wear.

    If only I had the money to get my dream wardrobe... Outfit would BANG :hat:
 
 
 
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