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    How often do you wear jeans?

    Vote in the poll above. Seems a new survey feels that one should stop wearing them after a certain age:


    -Young adults believe wearing jeans is the preserve of their generation, according to a new survey.

    A survey of 2,000 Brits by parcel service CollectPlus, found 18-24-year-olds believe women are past their jeans wearing age at 37 and men by 40.

    Catherine Woolfe, CollectPlus marketing director said: "It's surprising to see that our research reveals that many people think that jeans are the reserve of the younger generation, suggesting that we should all put denim back on the shelf at the age of 53...

    http://www.grimsbytelegraph.co.uk/ca...ail/story.html

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    usually with both legs through the pants legs and a belt.... i did think about riding them low brow.... you know like a gansta would but my wife gave me such a tremendous wedgie i was tiptoeing for weeks....

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    All I wear are jeans. Except from spring to fall when all I wear are shorts. I'm still in shorts so far. :)

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    I wear them occasionally, but I'm more of a skirt and dress Girl.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fuego View Post
    All I wear are jeans. Except from spring to fall when all I wear are shorts. I'm still in shorts so far. :)
    {{{MY EYES MY EYES}}}

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    My dad never liked me to wear jeans and I never understood why. Later I discovered that when he was a boy, jeans were the sign of poverty. Mostly the poor kids wore jeans.

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    I am 62 and I still wear jeans and DARE anyone to tell me I can't

    Now I admit now that I am retired and it's been summer I have not worn them at all..but now that cooler weather is kicking in I have broke out a couple of pair...I suspect at home my casual wear will be sweats but when I go out, other than church, jeans it is..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quest View Post
    I am 62 and I still wear jeans and DARE anyone to tell me I can't

    Now I admit now that I am retired and it's been summer I have not worn them at all..but now that cooler weather is kicking in I have broke out a couple of pair...I suspect at home my casual wear will be sweats but when I go out, other than church, jeans it is..
    In the winter I start wearing my jeans to church, but for mostly running around, etc, I just wear sweatpants. I just like to be comfortable.

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    I never wear Jeans. I don't even own a pair. Of course I am a born again christian and always dress for my Father in Heaven.






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    Quote Originally Posted by krystian View Post
    Vote in the poll above. Seems a new survey feels that one should stop wearing them after a certain age:


    -Young adults believe wearing jeans is the preserve of their generation, according to a new survey.

    A survey of 2,000 Brits by parcel service CollectPlus, found 18-24-year-olds believe women are past their jeans wearing age at 37 and men by 40.

    Catherine Woolfe, CollectPlus marketing director said: "It's surprising to see that our research reveals that many people think that jeans are the reserve of the younger generation, suggesting that we should all put denim back on the shelf at the age of 53...

    http://www.grimsbytelegraph.co.uk/ca...ail/story.html
    That's a bunch of baloney... In the 60s and 70s especially, jeans became our uniform for everyday wear. It's going to be a cold day in hell when I give up my jeans. We're the ones who made jeans acceptable and fashionable. I let my kids start wearing jeans to church when we were spending more for a pair of them than for dress pants. As long as they're clean and pulled up! You can't even say "without holes" anymore.



    I don't wear them every day anymore but for going out and about, jeans is usually the pick. I wear a lot of leggings now, because of what's in style, but that's instead of dress pants for the most part. I never wear jeans to church, but also rarely wear a dress.

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