Héctor Bellerin (24)


#1328

I think we need a poll here to solve this very important conundrum


#1329

I’m a skinny/slim leg jeans man myself. Can’t stand the baggy normal style jeans like you see Americans rocking with their chunky New Balance “sneakers” :grin:


#1330

Petit New Standard, goat jeans.


#1331

Straight leg can match a lot of shoes… neat leather shoes, sneakers, even flipflops.

When you match a baggy with a pair of Farragamo (which I saw one before), it looks like Mafia…

Also everyone can wear a straight leg and can look decent.
If you are short and overweight, and wear a baggy… sorry, that is really bad taste.


#1332

Why would a man wear skinny anything?

Whats the next step. Yoga pants to show of your curves?

You want your clothes fitted … not form fitting. God help us. :slightly_smiling_face:


#1333

A slim / straight leg fit looks by far the nicest, I was over the baggy jeans look by university


#1334

Hector looking proper 90’s here


#1335

RAF


#1336

I don’t wear anything but skinny jeans. Hate the other styles and how baggy they are.


#1337

I like to make other people feel uncomfortable and inadequate by showing off the girth of my penis :eyes:


#1338

I remember those being all the rave on hypebeast back in the day.

Damn, that was ages ago.


#1339

Damn… you get hard on all the time???

Denim is pretty think and unless you get a super hard on, usually you don’t see much under normal circumstances.


#1340

Bunch of fannies I tell you.
Makes them all look like traingle


#1341

They’re great quality jeans, not much better in that price range. Much better than overpriced trash like Stone Island too.


#1342

A polo, a pair of jeans and sneakers. That’s what i call “dressing well”, not this crap :gabriel:


#1343

A polo and jeans doesn’t really stand out however whereas Bellerin’s style does


#1344

Better to remain silent and be thought a fool than to speak and to remove all doubt.


#1345

Bellerin is too posh, imo.


#1346

My problem with Bellerin is that it is an obvious attempt to look different, rather than coming up with some new better way of dressing up & being a style icon.

Sorry but this is an obvious attempt to attention seeking.


#1347

One, I’m amazed that this serves for so much discussion.

Two, given the way he’s got involved in the fashion world, I’m pretty sure he knows a fuck load more about fashion than you or me.

You can like the fashion world or the cutting edge/vanguard fashion or not. I’m not a fan, but I certainly don’t see the need to criticise Bellerín especially when I’m confident he knows more about the subject than I do.