martes, 29 de junio de 2010

Bienvenido a HOmbres en JEans!

HOt Male MOdel in Jeans: Shannon K B!

When to budget vs. when to go high-end

When it comes to buying jeans, their cost-per-wear ratio is paramount to determining how much you should shell out. If you wear jeans on a daily basis, it’s acceptable to spend more because you’ll be wearing them so frequently. Particularly if you’re purchasing a pair of wear-everywhere, ultra-dark denim, you shouldn’t feel foolish splurging on this classic and versatile wardrobe staple. On the other hand, for jeans that you intend to wear while you’re relaxing, don’t bother to break the bank. Opt instead for a pair around $50. Last but not least, resist any urges to drop big bucks on a pair of jeans simply because they’re hot right now -- they’ll be out of style before you know it and their cost-per-wear ratio is terrifyingly high.

Cual Par de Jeans te llevas a casa hoy?

miércoles, 23 de junio de 2010

Bienvenido a HOmbres en JEans!

Hombres en Jeans con Mexico en el Mundial Sudafrica 2010!

Match your denim to the occasion!

Match your denim to the occasion
Nowadays, jeans are appropriate for all but the most formal events. Having said that, not all jeans are right for all occasions. Your favorite pair of tattered, distressed denim, for instance, is better suited for weekend lounging than a business dinner. To decide which jeans you should don and when, compare the fit, cut and wash of your jeans to what’s on your schedule. Slim-fit or boot-cut denim in a dark wash is your go-anywhere standby, and will get you through casual days as well as dressier affairs. For lazy weekends, grabbing a pint or chilling out with friends at sporting events, you can be less caution in your choice of denim, opting for a stone-washed or heavily distressed pair.

Cual par de Jeans te llevas a casa hoy?

sábado, 19 de junio de 2010

Bienvenido a HOmbres en JEans!

Disfruta a Eduardo Verastegui en Jeans... Hermoso!

Care for your jeans properly to maximize their life!

Care for your jeans properly to maximize their life
There are a few basic precautions you can take to extend the life of your jeans so that they’ll look virtually like new until you rip an unsightly hole in them. First, make sure that the length of your jeans is appropriate for the footwear you’ll be wearing most often with them. An inseam that is too long means that the bottom of your jeans will drag on the ground and quickly become ruined. If the jeans have a fantastic fit but are too long, take them to a tailor and get them hemmed -- a service that won’t put you out more than $10, and many stores will even do it for free. Before you have them altered, however, wash them in case they shrink. Once they’ve been altered, always wash your jeans inside out to preserve their color, particularly with dark washes, and never put them in the dryer unless you’re trying to shrink them further