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In the last 15 – 20 years, hip hop stars have made exposing your underwear a common and cool trend in America. Sagging pants began in American prisons, where oversized uniforms were issued without belts to prevent suicide and their use as weapons. The style spread through rappers and music videos from the ghetto to the suburbs. Now, everyone does it. This infectious style of pants wear and underwear exposure is displayed by twink skater guys, trendy streetwear fellas, pastel colored polo wearing suburban kids and even Japanese school boys.
Is it ok to show a bit of underwear or is it vulgar? I would be truly excited if I wear walking down the street or in a club and I saw some guy exposing his Disco Valante underwear to see…but I have a personal and professional interest in free publicity.
Some conservative American communities have gone as far as rewarding fines to guys who expose their underwear.
Is there something arousing in seeing a hint of waistband and fabric rising atop a guy’s jeans and exposing a closer look at his onion booty?
Or has this fashion statement outlived it’s time and should guys return to non-low waist trousers that give aid to such underwear exposure? Or does it really depend on how hot the guy is if it is acceptable?
I think buying underwear can be a truly personal experience. If I’m in an underwear buying mood, I like to take my sweet time. I hate it when a salesperson is invading my space trying to tell me what underwear they think would look good on me. It is really creepy to me.
However, on the flip side, when someone close to me purchases underwear for me, I think it is rather HOT…provided it’s not flannel boxers or tighty whites.
I know most of the Disco Valante blog entries are directly targeted to men however, there are a few ladies that read this blog.
Ladies do you like to buy underwear for your man? Is there a sense of hot sexual anticipation of buying your boy toy a new pair of briefs? Or is it, if you don`t buy them, that lazy bastard would keep wearing the same ratty ones with holes?
Fellas, do you like it when your lady buys underwear for you? Is there something arousing about your lady thinking about your little soldier enough to make sure he is well clothed? Or is she trying to control every aspect of your life including what underwear you put on?
Disco Valante wants to know how you feel.
Also, for my gay readers, do you like your partner buying you underwear?
Hello everyone! Well, I`m in my favorite city, Tokyo. I`m living in a capsule hotel in Shinjuku which is quite the experience.
Once again, I am apoligizing about not blogging very often. Tomorrow, I will recieve the sample that should allow me to have the confidence in the manufacturer, pay the initial 30% production costs, and get this label off the ground.
This “business” vacation has been rather stressful. My trip has been plagued with manufacturing setbacks and shady characters. I will elaborate on both at a later time.
See ya soon
Well, I’ve been agonizing over the color swatches from the Pantone catalog. Blue just isn’t blue…there are like twenty different blues. Which one is too bright? Which one is too light? Which one is right? You can really go crazy…trust me.
Because Disco Valante isn’t made for my satisfaction but the satisfaction of my future underwear loving customers, I pose these questions, “Do you like the typical ‘blah’ colors seen in many other underwear companies? Or do you long for more vibrant tones in your underwear that capture imagination and a hidden coolness that only you and your f*ck buddy know about?”.
I guess I maybe tipping my hand a bit in how I want you to answer.
I’m back!!! Disco Valante has been out of the US for almost a year and I’ve notice something quite different. In the last four days I seen eight different guys where jockstraps as underwear.
Disco Valante hasn’t been hanging out in gay bath houses. I was at two different gyms. The guys were putting on their jocks with their street clothes after their workout.
Have I, the knower of all that is cool, missed a shift in underwear appareal in my abscence?
Fellas let me know what’s up!
I have NEVER owned a pair of white cotton boxers. I just don’t know what it is about them but I possible hate them on the same level as tighty whities. I’ll give it to the guy in the photo his pair look sportier (or maybe it’s just bunched up) than traditional white cotton boxers found in a department store. However, I still just can’t bring myself to buy a pair.
Disco Valante wants to know if white boxers are sexy or just plain BLAH?
The Disco Valante Clothing Blog has accumulated 10,000 hits in 4 months!!!
I know to some blogs this number isn’t much. However, I remember when I got 2 hits or no hits a day. When I used to get 20 hits a day I was jumping for joy. Now I’m clocking over 200 hits a day. Which again, maybe be small numbers for some blogs but still I’m pretty excited.
If the number of blog hits is any indication of interested consumers in my kick ass clothing label, I’m in for a hell of ride.
Thanx everyone for visiting my blog, writing me emails, and telling your friends about me. Don’t forget to go to Disco Valante Online and register your email for the news of the fall launch.
Swimming in your underwear is not the most stylish statement I suggest you make. I can only validate swimming in your underwear under the following conditions:
1. You attend a house party where the drunken festivities move from the living room to the pool out back.
2. You are wearing Disco Valante underwear and realize there is nothing better to show off your sexiness.
3. You are built like a cover model of a fitness magazine.
Outside of these circumstances I don’t think your swim attire should consist of tighty whities. Showing off your junk at the pool in a public setting just isn’t as sexy as one would think. I think it is rather creepy.
Does your swim attire consist of the underwear you put on before you headed to the pool? Under what circumstances would you wear underwear while swimming?
I love a great pair of jeans but I’m not sure about a great pair of underwear made out of denim. All I can think about is “going commando” in a pair of jeans and having the constant irritation of denim rubbing the family jewels raw. However, I’m confident they are treated to ensure comfort (fingers crossed).
Since Disco Valante Clothing is prepping for the fall launch, I want to know if you think you could add denim undies into your regular underwear rotation or is this just a novelty to throw in your drawer of thongs, jock straps and other special occasion man panties.
When I think of tighty whites, I think of a 8 year old boy watching Saturday morning cartoons and eating a bowl of cereal. I can’t really understand why any fashionable man would gravitate toward them! However, I have been wrong before…I think it was in 1986.
Can this choice of ultimate plainness be sexy? Disco Valante wants to know:
1. Are there any guys out there that still wear tighty whities?
2. If so, do you try to use the dick hole feature?
Or do you think tighty whites are strictly for little boys?
Once you go black…you never go back! But does that sentiment apply to underwear?
Black underwear is always stylish and screams sexy! However, that’s just my expert opinion.
Since Disco Valante Clothing is prepping for the fall launch, I want to know if you find black underwear classically erotic or is there more to be desired with more daring colors and designs.
As I am writing this post, some guy is sitting at his computer wearing a pair of underwear he has had for the last 7 years. The elastic in the waistband has lost it’s elasticity, the color is so faded it looks like acid wash, and I’m sure there are probably a few holes.
Wearing beat up, torn underwear is just ugly. Even if they are clean, they still look dirty. A man should always renew his underwear collection and discard of older pairs. I know what some of you are saying, “Nobody sees them but me!”. That, my friend, is the wrong attitude.
I recommend an underwear self life of no longer than 18 months. However, some materials hold better than others but styles and designs are always changing. Not only should your outer wardrobe be updated but so should your man panties.
Don’t worry you’ll be able to update your underwear collection with Disco Valante soon enough!
Do you work out only to admire yourself in the mirror? Are you sitting at home and letting your great body go to waste? Why not share your physique with the world? Be a Disco Valante Boy!
Disco Valante is looking for underwear models to feature on his website. Experience level is irrelevant. I’m looking for pretty faces and killer bodies.
If you want to be considered for a modeling gig, please contact me via email discovalanteclothing(at)gmail.com. Please include several photos of you sporting underwear, from various angles, along with your stats. All pics should be clear. All underwear model applicants should be no younger than 17. The photo shoot will be in NYC this September.
I love buying new underwear but I never really understood the male thong. I understand woman wear them to hide panty lines. But why should a man wear one?
I totally get the erotic nature of seeing a piece of cloth disappear between two luscious mounds of onion booty but do men really wear these or is this just a novelty? Having never tried one, I just imagine it being super uncomfortable with a string up your ass all day.
Disco Valante wants to know if you think thongs are a great addition to your underwear collection or just costumes for male strippers shaking their money maker?
I ran across this and had to share this with everyone. Someone put Shia Labeouf’s underwear on eBay. Now that’s desperate! You have to be pretty hard up for cash…$400 exactly. Here’s what the seller wrote:
WIN SCREEN WORN SHIA UNDERWEAR!
PLEASE NOTE: COSTUME IS “AS IS” WHICH INCLUDES MAKEUP STAINS, DIRT; ETC! (Again, these items was worn and used for filming by Shia)
This costume was worn by Shia in the film, “A Guide to Recognizing Your Saints”.
You receive, a pair of grey sweatpants, a pair of white breifs and ankle socks. Each items is tagged “YD” (meaning: the character Young Dito as played by Shia in the film)!
This item comes with a letter of authenticity from First Look Media and an explanation of it’s donation to Actor’s Equity! It is noted by First Look that this item is “one of a kind” …and indeed it is!
If anyone actually finds out who wins the bid, let us know.
Thriller and Billie Jean ruled the airwaves. Knight Rider and the A-Team dominated television ratings. Rubik’s Cube, Pong and Pac-Man were the games to have. Bring back the 80′s!
Disco Valante loves that 80′s fashion has crept back into main stream. However, clothes in the 80′s had a tendency to hurt your eyes. In more ways than one. One such trend was neon colored clothes. Neon colors are cool but people in the 80′s failed in one aspect of fashion…wearing too damn much of it.
To pull off neon today, don’t over do it! Neon can best accentuate an outfit when displayed in the accessories. Set off a great outfit with a pair of neon colored patent leather kicks (shoes). Or a white T that has neon colored graphic designs paired with a pair of dark denim and a cool white belt. Even a pair of fun and sexy neon colored men’s underwear from your favorite designer Disco Valante can bring excitement to your birthday suit! Like everything else, success is in the details.
Fashion is suppose to be fun and wearable.
Because of the numerous inquires associated with the Washington City Paper Blog Spot. People have been asking for views of the underwear. Here’s a taste of the graphic design work to debut this fall.
The wonderful people at Washington City Paper, a Washington DC publication, has taken the time to take notice of this soon to be fashion juggernaut! I must admit it is very flattering to be noticed.
I’d like to thank the Washington City Paper, Amanda Hess, and anyone at the paper who took notice. Thanks to you guys, my blog hits have gone through the roof and questions about the label are pouring in.
For all those who have been redirected to my blog please excuse the actual site, www.discovalante.com, not being active. It’s currently underconstruction. Please bookmark the site and look for the launch this September!