I love the idea of jeans fading into a plethora of rainbow colors. And isn't them calling them gay kind of rude? Why can't they just be colorful?
But here's why I think it's a bad thing. Men hate to shop. The jeans aren't rainbow when they buy them. Only after they have washed them a few times, do they fade into a dazzling array of rainbow cleaners. So the older they get, the "gayer" they look.
Seriously, if I worked in retail, and some guy was obnoxious and full of himself. I would totally lead him to the gay jeans. Because I love the idea of him finding out they were rainbow in his near future. Unless he's single and never happens to wash his bachelor jeans. That tells us something else about him I suppose.
Also, would a gay man wear these? They seem to be lacking in good taste and style. So really, it's probably only going to be clueless straight men wearing them. People whose wives are angry with them, or someone who is the victim of some excellent salesperson.
Personally, I'd wear the gay jeans. I think they're happy and cute. But honestly, I know what my stylish gay friend would tell me. He'd say, "No Kristin. Just no."
So that makes me wonder who will wear them?