Ryan Kwanten Style Watch: Mavi Jeans, DKNY Suit, and MTM Patriot Watch. Want more best men’s jeans? Check out this slightly faded blue Mavi jeans on True Blood hunk Ryan Kwanten. He’s looking good in it, no?
We love his black coat and black shirt too. This guy is really sexy and a sharp dresser, isn’t he?
Daniel Craig Fashion: Tight Jeans and Long Sleeve Shirts. We’ve seen Daniel Craig in his tuxedo suit. We’ve also seen him in his leather jacket and jeans. And, like the rest of humanity, we’ve also seen his sexy swimsuit in that James Bond movie. In all those photos, he seems to be always dressed the right way.
That’s why we are wondering why he’s suddenly ill-dressed in these photos of him in tight jeans and long sleeve shirts. Not that we’re complaining or anything because he looks intriguing in these clothes (we love the crotch part, to be honest) but if we’re dressed like this we would find it a little hard to breathe. Any guess on why Daniel’s in this outfit? Maybe he is playing a role? Or maybe his stylist took a vacation?
Teen Boys in Skinny Jeans: Jonas Brothers Style Watch. The Jonas Brothers perform in their skinny jeans during KIIS-FM’s Wango Tango last year. Now, who looks better in skinny jeans, The Jonas Brothers or Zac Efron or Adam Gregory. We gotta say Adam Gregory. But we like Travis Hanson the best.
Joe is the cutest. Nick is the most talented. And the third guy is the oldest.
Earlier, we wondered if Zac Efron’s love for skinny jeans could affect his health? Well, it turns out that wearing skinny jeans does affect one’s health. They even have a name for it: tingling thigh syndrome. No, we didn’t make that up. It’s really a condition developed by one who wears super-tight jeans.
Here’s a recent story by MSNBC of a woman named Parmeeta Ghoman who was afflicted with the tingling thigh syndrome:
Ghoman’s skin-tight denim may have caused a temporary bout of a nerve condition called meralgia paresthetica, also known as “tingling thigh syndrome.” The condition can happen when constant pressure — in Ghoman’s case, from the skin-tight denim — cuts off the lateral femoral cutaneous nerve, causing a numb, tingling or burning sensation along the thigh.