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Synonyms for bell-bottoms

trousers with legs that flare

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Which is why I went out the other day looking through what was available in boot cut, slim and straight, while ignoring tapered, skinny and loose as simply too ridiculous to consider.
Additional adjustments can be made to adjust the leg for a very narrow ankle, boot cut, flared, or bell-bottom leg.
I can't wear skinny jeans as I find them very short between the crotch and the waist - I find boot cut or flares more flattering.
Favourite brands were Levis and Diesel and nearly two-thirds (60%) of women said they preferred boot cut jeans.
To create a long and lean figure, go for a boot cut over heels: it'll give the illusion of a taller, better-balanced shape.
These days such stores sell more wearable fashions, such as this chunky cardigan and boot cut trousers, through to more daring looks, such as the Hooch patchwork jeans and faux sheepskin fur trim jacket or the cord jumpsuit.
You can find Superlows in the classic 502 button-fly style and the 518 with a zipper fly with boot cut leg in several finishes from a super-dark to a super-light shade of denim that looks almost worn-out.
The cutting edge designs from their autumn/winter collection include a figure hugging stretch jersey open-necked shirt in plum, boot cut jeans in stretch denim, a yellow biker jacket and an electric blue metallic mini mac for girls.
The design, Boot Cut, won a special marketing award.
Guys will choose from low rise, loose and slim fit, in both boot cut and straight leg options.
If you are going for a skinny jean, it should be equally as well fitted through the calf, but if you are going for a boot cut or flare then make sure it is one that starts gently flaring from the knee, as that is much more leg-lengthening.
Go for a saturated wash, dark indigo or steel grey, and a flattering fit - skinny, slim or boot cut.
They're in between boot cut and skinny but easier to get into than the latter.