Low Rise Pants
What are commonly referred to as low rise pants have become all the rage with the Generation Y demographic. What we are referring to when we say low rise pants are generally, women’s slacks which, when worn, have their tops below the waist line. The Focus 2000 pants brand uses the term ‘modern fit’ to describe pants that are slightly below the waist. Pants that they call ‘Updated Fit’ are the basic equivalent of Low Rise Pants and are described as “sitting well below the waist.”
Why Low Rise Pants?
You may be wondering, “What’s the deal with this style of pants anyway?” Are they more comfortable? Are these pants more sexy than other styles of Focus 2000 pants? I’d say that it is a debatable matter of opinion on both of those questions and the reasons for the answers tend to kind of counter one another. It is often more difficult to find comfortable pants in plus sizes. When our bodies depart from their youthful shape, they tend to head off in different directions based on a number of different factors. As long as things aren’t too out of control, a pair of low rise pants, by virtue of being below the waist line can offer improved comfort. On the other hand the same features of low rise jeans and slacks that make them more comfortable for some people make them very uncomfortable for others for obvious reasons.
Respectable Low Rise Pants
This, of course, brings us to the attractiveness of low rise pants. In today’s society it seems that many follow the ‘skin is in’ methodology, combining low risers which crop cut shirts in order to show off tummies, navels and sometimes associated jewelry. Whether or not this is attractive or ‘sexy’ is, again, a matter of opinion. While some of the low rise slacks I’ve seen have been borderline inappropriate, you can always count on Focus 2000 pants to maintain the highest level of style and fashion without taking the low rise pants craze to an unhealthy level. To avoid overflow, you may wish to look into one of the more successful online weight loss programs like The Fat Loss Factor program.