An Argument for Skinny Jeans

You have control over pretty much your whole life. It starts with how you present yourself and how you answer little subconscious questions like: is it worth the risk to invest in that company? Or, am I the type of person that wears skinny jeans?

These are both essential questions and your answer to these questions determines just about everything in your life.

Most importantly, the type of people you are around.

Since you are the average of the five people you spend the most time with, the answer to that seemingly arbitrary skinny jean question could either introduce you to the newest members of your boy band or get you an in with the farmers wearing your same denim overalls.

I take this approach to a lot of things that I do and it’s a good explanation for the Elon Musk stickers on my laptop and my space-themed shirts.

But, here’s the problem…

if you think that maybe that guy over there in a suit is doing a little better than you, then you might change out of your skinny jeans and put on slacks. But this can’t work out because you’re a skinny jeans type of person and you can’t wear both.

So, you compromise and wear skinny jeans under your slacks.

Just let that settle; skinny jeans under slacks.

Sucks right?

At the risk of sounding cliche, my moral is that you need to be yourself, unapologetically and enthusiastically.

Now put on your damn skinny jeans.