Rambling the Front Range of Colorado and Beyond
I just don't wear pants.You coming down for the Wisconsin hockey game?
That sounded fun, gotta check with the boss.She's the one that wears the pants in the family...
lol. 'Tis a conundrum. I say buy 'em long and hem if you have to. Or wear spray-on hipster pants.Ideally I wear 30" waist 33" inseam. 34" is too long so I have to have them hemmed. 32" is too short in about a month of washing. And often 30" waist really isn't, it's too big. I don't know who the hell they fit or design pants for, but it's not me. Actually what usually happens is I go to the store and there's about 6 pairs of 40" waists.
If you ever figure this one out you will have to let me know...Possible solutions:- Wear pants that don't really fit (since I have no sense of style this is my approach. being in an academic setting you can get away with this)- hemming is an option, though requires a little too much work for me- luck out and actually find a pair that is the right size (1/1000 chance this happens)- Gain some weight ;)
Multiple pairs of boxers/tighty-whities, underneath.
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Followup:Found some decent pants at H&M (also reasonable prices) when we were in Chicago.Coming to Denver soon!Caveat:1. While they have a decent selection of skinny sizes, I found some of the styles to be tight in the quads. When you think about some of the hipster target audience, it makes sense: they have no discernible body fat, but no muscle, either. Still, some of the styles fit OK.2. Mixed and inconclusive information about their use of sweatshops.
>they have no discernible body fat, but no muscle, eitherlol. Maybe I need to lay around more in cafes and lounges atrophying my calves and thighs.It will be good to have another clothing source however.