Dougie Poynter wears women's skinny jeans.
The 28-year-old singer - who makes up one quarter of the English boy band McFly - has admitted he has to shop for skin-tight trousers in the female department of retail stores because he needs the slimmer design to fit his "seven-year-old boy" body shape.
Speaking to the Metro newspaper about his wardrobe essentials, he said: "Black skinny jeans from J Brand or Page (I wear women's because I have the body of a seven-year-old boy), brown boots from Red Wings or Saint Laurent, black leather jacket and then, BOOM! Looks like you've made an effort when you like totally haven't.
"[But] I just chuck a bunch of stuff on and pray for the best."
And the blonde-haired heartthrob has revealed he accessorises with bundles of bracelets because he likes the sound the cluster make when they are layered up, although he is more selective about the necklaces he wears.
He explained: "I'm a sucker for anything that jangles. And I usually keep them [bracelets] on until they fall off or someone says, 'Dude, you need to take those off, they are starting to stink of wet dog.'
"The length of a necklace is a big thing for me. I like something that distracts from the crew neck."
However, the musician - who was crowned king of the jungle in 2011 when he won the eleventh series of the ITV show 'I'm A Celebrity ... Get Me Out Of Here!' - has revealed his biggest fashion faux pas occurred on a "huge" talk show, which saw him rip the holes in his jeans too much they looked like a pair of shorts.
He said: "I once ripped the holes in my jeans too far just before going on a huge talk show. When I sat down on the sofa for the interview it looked like I was wearing tight short shorts with super high black shorts."