Do I look handsome?

Do I look handsome?

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It’s not only girls and young women who want to be fashionable. Men too are putting together outfits with an emphasis on looking attractive to others. One new trend that’s growing in popularity among young men throughout the Kingdom is wearing jeans below the waist. Why?

Khun Dy said: “First, I see my friends look so attractive while wearing it that way, and I tried it as well. Now, I completely become the type of person who likes wearing it because I feel attractive and fashionable.”

When asked if he gets teased by friends for wearing his jeans below the waist, the 20-year-old answered, “Sure! They used to, but they just mock in a joking way to me. However, it is my habit.” 

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