bell-bottoms


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Synonyms for bell-bottoms

trousers with legs that flare

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Tie-dye or embroider to customize, then pair the top with bell-bottoms or a suede skirt.
Watching those movies, the bell-bottoms and bellsleeves was so much fun.
But while the average circumference of a bell-bottom in the Seventies was a whopping 26in, this time around the hemlines are much easier to manage.
If you look around at what is happening in our industry right now, it's easy to get the impression that the big boxes are a little like that old pair of white bell-bottoms.
P: It's so windy my bell-bottoms are turning inside out and twirling about my hairy knees!
Roller skating, like disco and bell-bottoms, has faded from popular culture since its heyday in the 1970s while ice skating took the spotlight.
If you need an extra outfit, you can pair yesterday's top with the bell-bottoms from the day before.
CHICAGO-From bell-bottoms to VW Bugs to ponchos, everything is coming up '70s.
Posed against a stained curtain, a slim young sailor-prince wearing high-waisted bell-bottoms, a cap printed with the Kodak logo, and extra-large sunglasses gazes off into an imaginary distance.
Like a moldering pair of bell-bottoms retrieved from a decrepit hamper, realpolitik is suddenly back in fashion and once again turning its sturdy, unapologetic mien upon a recalcitrant world.
Apply liberally and wear bell-bottoms and flicked hair for maximum impact.
Models donned ultra-feminine baggy bell-bottoms and razor cut trouser suits, along with white cotton denim and sexy transparent tops that will turn heads in the summer of 2000.
Aging particle physicists can relive the 1960s without squeezing into old bell-bottoms or blaring dusty Jimi Hendrix albums.
The costumes of bell-bottoms and bandeau tops suggest that the time period of 66 is '66, as does the prickly romanticism of the central duet for the commandingly sensual Julie Stahl and a perplexed Andrew Robinson, which concisely evokes the tensions of sixties feminism.