Girls Without Shoes

April 9, 2009

Please Tell My Jeans That I Am Not Fat, Only That They Shrunk

Step1

Put them on. This is sometimes easier said than done and may require lying on your back and wiggling into the things.

Step2

Make sure you can breathe and give them the squat test. If you squat down and the button flies off or they immediately rip, you may want to go a size up. If not, proceed to the next step.

Step3

Look in the mirror. Be honest. If you have love handles spilling over the waistband or your butt looks like stuffed sausage, you may want to pick a different pair of pants.

Step4

Pick the right shoes. Tight jeans with stilettos can be sleazy. Tight jeans with riding boots, combat boots, thick clunky sandals or flats can look cool.

Step5

Top them off with the proper top. Since the jeans are so tight, you may want to wear a looser blouse or longer top. It can still be sexy, but don’t make it skintight, have massive cleavage or otherwise make a giant statement. Your jeans are making statement enough.

 

 

I found the above post on e how.com, LOL>

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2 Comments »

  1. this is amusing- thanks for sharing, we’ve all been there, unfortunately faced it recently!!! I always enjoy my time here!! Cindy

    Comment by Cindy Hanson — April 10, 2009 @ 3:05 pm

  2. Gee I wonder if there is something catchy in the washing machine… its a conspiracy I tell you! 🙂 My jeans have suddenly shrunk in the past few weeks too! Im going to have to talk with the housekeeper about this! Change the laundry soap at least! Ha, ha.

    Comment by goldenamber — April 13, 2009 @ 5:06 am


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