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Synonyms for bell-bottom

(of trousers) having legs that flare at the bottom

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We are encouraging all the shops to dress in 60s style so why not dig out your hotpants, bell-bottom trousers, dress up and come on down.
Jeanius cuts Dust off your flares - bell-bottoms are the silhouette of the season.
Previously a statement of the '70s, bell-bottom jeans have made a comeback.
Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan has sung the praises of cheesy song and dance numbers and bell-bottom slacks in an impassioned defence of Indian cinema at the Berlin Film Festival.
inspire some to think back to first loves and bell-bottom In places, Funk This reminds listeners of Chaka Khan's Rufus days, especially the cut "Pack' d My Bags" and "You Got the Love"--hits from the group's heyday.
Those guys with their long, feathered hair and bell-bottom jeans--how ridiculous they looked.
We like: Nikki's Boutique's bell-bottom crinkle trousers with green beaded top.
Elmhurst was a cuffed-pants, button-down town in the 1950s, not yet ready, it seems, for bell-bottom, fly-away days.
In the early Seventies, I had shoulder-length hair, bell-bottom pants, love beads and shirts that laced up at the front.
The ten-strong performance team will be dressed in the traditional nautical uniform with bell-bottom trousers.
The new slacks have been designed by the renowned trouser maker Sir Richard Bell-Bottom and should cost around pounds 22.
where's my kipper tie, bell-bottom trousers and Jesus sandals?
Bell-bottom George, about Formby's film character having a girl in every port, might have been thought to have cast a slur on the Royal Navy, said Bret.
So remember, don't get rid of those orange satin bell-bottom trousers just yet - they could be back in fashion some day.
Dressed in Steven Powsner's bell-bottom costumes, Munisteri and four mod companions (Edna de Beer, Kristin McNutt, Kathryn Tufano, and Lisa Wheeler) pose, lunge, and spin before collapsing in a pile.