Tight Fittin' Jeans as Told By The Men of Country Music

Tight Fittin’ Jeans as Told By The Men of Country Music

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As country music has changed sonically over the years so has the fashion. Women don’t wear as many sequins, rhinestones or a combination of both. Most men ditched the cowboy hats and boots in the 1990s and when the boots were ushered out the tighter (and tighter) pants were ushered in. Maybe you can’t get tight pants over boots?

As Mel Daniel once sang, “Lord have mercy / Baby’s got her blue jeans on” and Conway Twitty echoed, “And partner, there’s a tiger in these tight fittin’ jeans.” The latter lyric might be a little much, but it still works.

 

Tight Fittin’ Jeans as Told By The Men of Country Music:

Thomas Rhett
What He Says About Tight Fittin’ Jeans: “Love the way you’re wearin’ those jeans so tight”

Jake Owen
What He Says About Tight Fittin’ Jeans: “It’s a barefoot, blue jean night”

Luke Bryan
What He Says About Tight Fittin’ Jeans: “You’re lookin’ so good in what’s left of those blue jeans”

Charles Kelley
What He Says About Tight Fittin’ Jeans: “Girls in their heels and a skinny pair of blue jeans”

Justin Moore
What He Says About Tight Fittin’ Jeans: “Hate to see you go but I love to watch you leave girl / Those Daisy Dukes and boots are rockin’ my world”

Cole Swindell
What He Says About Tight Fittin’ Jeans: “Love the way you’re wearin’ those jeans so tight”

Dierks Bentley
What He Says About Tight Fittin’ Jeans: “In your blue jeans and white tank top / Man that look drives me wild”

Sam Hunt
What He Says About Tight Fittin’ Jeans: “Girl, you got the beat right, killin’ in your Levis”

Image Source: CMA, PR Photos, Jeremy Scott

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