Ok, well maybe the headline is too much of a blanket statement, but I’m speaking for other dudes out there that have an ass. Over the weekend, I made it a point to hunt for some new pants, specifically some new skinny jeans. I must have tried on 5 pairs of Levi’s skinny jeans, and none would go past my bubble butt. But how could this be? At H&M, I’m a size 30 (and you KNOW their sizes tend to run a little smaller). The American made Levi’s 511 skinny jeans (SIZE 32) would not even go past my ethnic bedunk! WTF? If I went a size higher, it would just look wrong on all accounts. Imagine a farmer with a baggy ass and skinny legs. So this is why I haven’t blogged in awhile, I’ve been on a secret mission to find a new pair of some baby blues. Haha, just kidding, the real reason is that work and grad school got the best of me the past couple of weeks. Luckily, I happen to find myself at a Kohl’s and stumbled onto Mark Anthony’s clothing line at Kohl’s. To be honest, the clothes don’t really stand out to me (just because they are basic looks that are available pretty much anywhere), but you can tell the fabric is high quality and durable, which is probably why the original retail price is pretty steep. With curiosity getting the better of me, I grabbed a few pairs of jeans from his collection and tried them on. Survey says: Wow, perfect fit. Who would have thought? I’m taking the liberty of leaving out any jokes/associations you are probably all making in your head right now as you read this with regard to J. Lo’s well known booty and her former connection to Anthony, and the influence she may have had on the design. That being said, if you’re looking for a slim pair of pantalones, but your derrière is a little bit more pronounced, then Mark Anthony’s jean collection at Kohl’s is a sound investment to cover your assets.
My own pics to come soon everyone (I’m camera shopping).