Flip Flops With Jeans – No Dice!!!

Seriously, men wearing flip flops with jeans has to be in the top 3 of sartorial blunders in existence!!! And even worse, it is the #1 reason why every other country (except England, who has the same problem) makes fun of the way we dress and to be honest, as proud as I am to be American, I agree with them! This look just makes no sense!! I know your argument would be that you want to be comfortable and expose air to your feet but please, who the hell cares!!! Nobody wants to constantly see your feet. If you wear shorts it is more understandable to wear flip flops but going around in your jeans, when it’s not even hot, wearing your flip flops is just UGLY!!!!! Whats even worse is the people that do this wear these baggy ass jeans that almost eat their flip flops while at the same time creating all this excess jean hanging out everywhere, getting all tore up at the bottom. Even with slim jeans they look ridiculous! Examples below:

Flip Flops With Jeans - No Dice!!!Flip Flops With Jeans - No Dice!!!

There are SOOOO many other options that you could try to keep your feet cool. For example, you could wear espadrilles, driving mocs or shit, even sneakers without socks, just leave the flip flops for the beach or at least for when you are wearing shorts. There is nothing flattering about wearing them around town with your jeans, like I said before nobody wants to see or smell those barking dogs!! Pictures like this one below are precisely why their should be a rule against this because it’s always the people with the ugliest, dirtiest, and stinkiest feet who want to go around displaying them, where is the courtesy!!!!

Flip Flops With Jeans - No Dice!!!Why, why, why?? I just don’t get it, it’s not fashionable, it’s not elegant, it’s not even fucking hygienic so why do so many people do it. It can’t be because it’s comfortable, flip flops have no support what-so-ever! They are like walking on a flat piece of rubber or leather, that’s not comfortable. I think I need to set some guidelines for when it is acceptable to wear flip flops with jeans.

The Only Exceptions:

1. If you live somewhere like the Dominican Republic where it is over 90 degrees Fahrenheit (32 degrees Celsius) every single day.
2. You are at the beach with your pants rolled up because you don’t have or want to wear shorts.
3. You are a woman with nice feet
4. You have some sort of burn or pain or problem (like diabetes) on your feet that is enhanced 100 times when wearing shoes
5. Or because you are some sort of walking Abercrombie & Fitch advertisement/model that gets fucking paid to dress like a douche.

So if you do not fit these criteria, you should not be wearing jeans with flip flops and instead should try these other looks:

Flip Flops With Jeans - No Dice!!!Flip Flops With Jeans - No Dice!!!

Two Above: Courtesy of The Sartorialist

Flip Flops With Jeans - No Dice!!!Flip Flops With Jeans - No Dice!!!

Left Shoe: Rachel Comey Espadrilles
Right Shoe: Bally Espadrilles

Flip Flops With Jeans - No Dice!!!
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46 thoughts on “Flip Flops With Jeans – No Dice!!!”

  1. Excellent post! 🙂 If every man or at least some part of them would read this post and at least would think about pedicure…So, people, lets help those men and lets make this post popular.. :)) Because first I thought about when I was reading the post was about those men I would love to send this post! Why not to send them?

  2. Agree 100% with your point! and by the way for any kind of flip-flops, a $2 rubber ones or a more expensive leather ones…just no flip flop with long pants at all!it is as hideous in my opinion as The ugly-comfortable look (and i must say it is mostly in the USA) of jeans with running shoes….again with baggy light color jeans…common, there are so many other options for comfortable shoes that are more sophisticated to pair with long pants which some you already mentioned above…www.boaznyc.blogspot.com

  3. It especially doesn't make sense in a metropolitan city,as at the end of the day you look like Blackfoot Indian.Not that there's anything wrong with resembling those indigenous peoples,but even they wear moccasins.Or so I've been led to believe by Hollywood…..

  4. I agree with you 100%. Where I live, people wear them year-round. It is TERRIBLE. People wear them to school, to work, and everywhere you can think of. Most of the time their feet are completely jacked up. Whatever happened to looking classy and wearing real shoes?

  5. dear anonymous, obviously you can't read!! The first rule i said was if you live in a place that is always hot than it makes sense. Second, you are probably the typical dbag that thinks he is cool wearing his jeans with flops. Third, you would only look like an idiot trying to clown on me, because I am sure that you dress like shit!

  6. dear anonymous, yes obsessing over your look is dbag'ish but I never talked about that nor do i condone it. Just because I say that jeans and flips together look like crap does not mean that I obsess over my "look" or shoes or that people who agree with me do either. Quite the contrary. I am just as laid back in my look as many others, I just hate that look and find it very unappealing!! To each his own sir!

    1. You judge? Well it depends if you mean judging attractive, not necessarily something personal. Are you sure you would only judge a woman for who she is and not what she wears or how she looks?
      I mean even I’ I’m also attracted by how she looks, but not only, of course, much makes up for it and is part of the big picture. I also don’t think of fashion as a serie of rules to conform to, but as a way to express your world, your personality, along with the functional aspect of clothes, of course. On a woman I can like boots and tights in winter, while in summer I might appreciate shorts, short dresses, cleavage, but not limited to that, so there’s look, aesthetic and function. I can say I don’t like stiletto heels very much, for being completely unfunctional, but I like high shoes like wedges of block heels, as they achieve the function of giving more height without the fetishist excess (in my opinion, if she’s comfy with them, it’s ok) of stiletto heels.

  7. MN Boy – That's the most true response yet. I can't disagree with you there. And believe me, I don't think as harsh as I sound. It's just that some people who wear this stuff, do think highly of themselves but the way you responded just shows that you are normal guy, dressing the way you like, because you like it and are not trying to follow a fad or anything of the sort. -Justin, "The Shoe Snob"

  8. What's the big deal? Flip flops are fine with jeans in casual situations. They're easy to put on and take off. I agree that the jeans should not be overly wide or slim, but just resting at the ankle is fine, in my opinion. I don't go around this way all the time, but sometimes I wear flips on my size 13's with jeans. My feet are taken care of and young, so not gross.

  9. Anonymous – As a shoe snob I tend to overgeneralize a bit. Granted, sometimes it does not look so bad, if one can pull it off right. But, in most cases, as I was referring to, it was a trend, a bad one that many men thought was soooo cool and I found to be atrocious. Granted, there are places in this planet where it is simply too hot to wear full on shoes sometimes, and therefore, to me, it can be acceptable to do on a daily basis. But, for me, it's not a good look for most people, especially those that don't know how to dress. If worn in a European chic way, it might be able to pass of as stylish, otherwise…..Johnny P – There are always worse looks, but those people don't try to be cool with what they wear. There was a time, where flip-flop with jeans was all the craze, especially at university, and many guys, wearing this outfit thought that they were the bee's knee's and were so stylish, yet i disagreed. That's not to say that there are many worse styles out there, but being the shoe snob, I talk about what I dislike, at this is one of them…to each his own, right?-Justin, "The Shoe Snob"

  10. I think the picture you posted up of casual male are gay. And u talk shit about guys in flip flops. You should think twice before dogging on people for the way they dress and take a look at your nasty wardrobe. I think people should wear what ever the fuck they want. I promise you that if any one would come up to me in the street and laugh or judge the way i look you would get punched in the face no questions asked.

  11. Anon – My nasty wardrobe? Ha! You are right though, people should dress any way they want. That does not mean that I have to like it, just as you don't like the way other people dress. And I don't care what you would do if someone questioned your wardrobe, that's your prerogative. -Justin, "The Shoe Snob"

  12. I doesn’t look that bad, but I admit I, as a male, might feel strange seeing my bare feet, peeking out of my covered legs, so usually I’d only wear shorts with sandals and jeans with shoes. Personally I feel much more comfortable or at ease with them, if I have sandals on, I’m ok with my feet, but maybe jeans would draw attention on them too much.

  13. Can someone please tell me where to get those purple shoes or at least tell me specifically what type of shoe it is (exactly; I don’t want no boat shoe coming up)?

  14. Lol, the styles you’re recommending look way more dumb. At least wear short socks with shoes. The three examples of guys wearing flip flops with jeans are notably bad looking. You searched for bad examples on purpose, eh?

  15. i mean some people like their legs warm but their feet cool. just wear what you want nobody is forcing you to look at my toes. i think it looks cool having on some heavy denim but still having your toes out. it allows your feet to breathe. besides every man has a right to air his dogs out.

    1. I agree, I personally tend to wear shorts with sandals, but now I think they can look great if you jeans are hemmed the right way and don’t bunch up on your sandals.

      1. Justin FitzPatrick

        That I could agree with….I did write this post like 10 years ago and it was a mission for me to controversial to build my audience. Now I am not so harsh 😉

        1. Haha, I knew that, I think it can still be done, but the right way to invite discussion. Some took it too seriously. It’s clear that not all sandals are flip flops, we have buckle straps in many various style, might not be for all tastes but they’re fine.
          The “libtard” comment made me lol as that’s really involuntarily ironic.
          I also dress classic a lot in term of shoes, loafers, oxfords.

  16. Haha this is funny. I agree BUT with that said I could honestly give two shits about what anyone is wearing and have better things to worry about. I barely even look at people let alone what they are wearing. Do your libtard selves favor and worry about yourself

    1. I agree with that, although I have a personal style I’d like, but I’m not one to judge others for wearing something I don’t like or I simply personally wouldn’t wear, though I thought it would be trumptards to judge men “fags” and women “hoes” based on what they dress than libtards, so why are you so sure it’s a libtard thing and that they are the main people to chalk it up to?

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