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Get used to tight jeans

Question by Guest | 19/03/2018 at 16:48

So far I have only worn relatively loose and more slightly jeans, which above all my mother bought for me.

In the meantime, I would rather wear the modern tight skinny jeans, which are really tight fitting at the body from top to bottom.

I was secretly in town and tried on such skintight jeans in the locker room.

The pants looked really great in the mirror, but somehow, I was very happy when I took off those jeans again. I felt totally uncomfortable, the jeans was very uncomfortable and pinched and pressed everywhere.

I can hardly imagine wearing such a thing all day long, for example, at school.

But how do the other girls do it? Everyone is wearing such trousers. Can one get used to such skimpy jeans somehow?

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I have to say that I thought the same way when trying on my first damn tight jeans.

At that time I could not imagine that I could survive a day.

I still bought the pants anyway with the thought "who wants to be beautiful must suffer" and "fits somehow".

And lo and behold, meanwhile I'm wearing skinny jeans, which are much closer than the jeans I tried on that time.

I can only advise you to do it the way I did then: Put on the jeans first when you are at home and you do not have to wear them for too long or when you do not have to sit. For example, for walks.

Then it does not take long and you got used to it. Maybe it's a bit like bra or high heels for the first time. Every change is strange at the first time.

I have to say that in the meantime I did not notice the tightness of the jeans anymore and did not feel uncomfortable. I would rather feel naked, when not wearing tight clothes.
19/03/2018 at 18:54

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I felt the same way, I bought a pair of jeans with my mother and tried on a very tight fit.

My mother said it's way too tight, how are you going to get your sweater in there? I have the pants secretly exchanged the other day and immediately washed.

When I put on the jeans the other day, my mother saw me and said: good that you did not take the other pants. It has shrinked so much.
20/03/2018 at 10:11

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I see it the same way. Wearing tight jeans or generally unfamiliar things takes some time getting used to.

Once you get used to it, you no longer notice it.

If you've only worn loose clothes in your entire life, it's no wonder that the trousers initially seem very constricting. I think already the second, third or fourth time it looks quite different.

Maybe you should also buy a pair of pants that are only a little bit tighter than what you are currently wearing. Once you get used to it, you can buy an even closer one.
21/03/2018 at 09:21

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I even think it feels damn good to wear very tight jeans. Somehow it gives me the feeling to be safe and well packaged.

At the beginning I have not seen it that way, meanwhile my pants can never be tight enough.
21/03/2018 at 16:53

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I also only wear skintight jeans and I like them so much.

It's a great feeling when getting a nice compliment for them.
22/03/2018 at 16:18

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I was sent home at school because of wearing a very short skirt. This has never happened with tight jeans. Once a teacher in skinny jeans came to school. The boys could hardly concentrate on the lesson. Her jeans were white and really fleshy and that at her age.

One boy said she should wear the jeans more often. She would look good. But unfortunately she did not dare anymore after that comment.
23/03/2018 at 13:44

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