Jessie James Decker Enforces Household Dress Code

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There are few couples as gorgeous and smitten with one another as Jessie James Decker and New York Jets Wide Receiver Eric Decker. A potential reason for the pair’s happiness is likely the fact that Jessie immediately enforced a rule in the relationship after she got her first glance at Eric in the buff.

While on Jessie ESPN’s His & Hers, the country singer, clothing designer, and reality television star shared the dress code in their household.

As soon as I saw him naked, I had a “no clothes” rule in our house. But now that we have children, he has to keep his pants on. Sometimes, I will like to design something very special for Eric and I make him go to the locker room when they take showers to show it off, if you know what I mean.

And if you were wondering about Eric’s, er, manscaping status, Jessie is happy to shed some light on that matter, as well.

He’s a married man, so obviously he doesn’t worry too much about that and the grooming situation, but sometimes I like to get a little creative.

You know what they say. The couple that shaves together stays together.

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