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He was sporting a grey hoodie over a cat-printed T-shirt, along with baggy jeans, high-top trainers and a yellow UCLA trucker hat.
He was wearing a dark grey top and black baggy jeans.
His brown V-neck jumper and baggy jeans combo looks slightly student-come-skaterboy, while the camera around his neck and hoop earring add an artistic dimension to his outfit.
He was wearing a short-sleeved white top and blue baggy jeans.
He was wearing a red beanie hat with a small brim, round glasses, a gray quarter-zip sweatshirt and baggy jeans.
WITH her baggy jeans, permanent scowl and multi-coloured hair, she was the poster girl for grungy teenage angst.
They are among the few students at their university who wear baggy jeans and are opposed to the idea of wearing skinnies.
Baggy jeans have been in fashion for a while now and they suit almost all men.
In former days the actors and stars carried baggy jeans and extra large pullovers.
The suspect is white, skinny and wore a dark red hooded top, blue baggy jeans with a silver chain in the pocket and black trainers.
She was concerned, she tells JS, that baggy jeans were "creating gang-related issues [and] immodesty" among students.
The man, who was described as white, and about 6ft 2in, was wearing a grey hooded top with the hood up, blue baggy jeans, and white trainers with red piping.
Natasha Kaplinski has posed, looking decidedly uncomfortable in baggy jeans and a white T-shirt, to publiciseher move from the BBC to Channel Five.
There's no denying it'll create jobs, and be a destination spot for dining, shopping and teenagers in six-sizes-too-big baggy jeans being yelled at by mall cops so out of shape the baggy jeans would be tight on them.
The baggy jeans, hats, over-size jerseys, and do-rags favored by players like Allen Iverson of the Philadelphia 76ers are now off Limits when on team or league business.