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Steal All of Your Father's Clothes; Dads Are ?In? for Fall

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One was about how men crave plump, juicy booties to fill out their dad jeans. The other: an ode to the dad jeans themselves, filled to bursting with men's plump, juicy booties . "'Dad Jeans' Are Making a Comeback," the paper declared, doing jual jaket online surabaya an excellent impression of your dad "riffing" at the breakfast table while you nod, disinterested, and wait for him to take a breath so that you can ask for $20. "...[F]or those willing to push the envelope, dad jeans are one way to stand out at a Bushwick loft party." "Dad jeans," defined by the New York Times as "lighter-blue 'washed' denims, often with a looser fit and a higher waist" and by your father as "my jeans," are presented in the meditation as a conscious rebellion against skinny jeans. Its a backlash against the now-ailing Americana-urban woodsman trend, said Brad Bennett, who runs Well Spent , an influential mens style blog.

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