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  • His collection was full of things you might see in New York's Meatpacking district: Slouchy pants that started well below hip level.

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  • I also think Slouchy has a good point that anyone who denies ever leaving their kids alone for a couple minutes is probably lying or whatever.

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  • Slouchy was a foolish slouch biker who inspired a Blunty and then was even more foolish enough to appear at said Blunty.

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  • Slouchy boys amble toward the entrance in baggy hip-hop wear while giddy girls in prefaded flares and chunky-soled sandals hang back in cliques.

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  • Slouchy cropped pants and raw-seamed jackets with see-through paneling were layered over straight-leg pants in shimmering translucent polyester in jewel tones.

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  • Telling Sarah (Slouchy) that I would have dated her in college.

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  • ACCESSORIES: Slouchy bags, belts galore, high heeled and wedged construction boots; high heel studded boots; Justin Guinta's charm brooches and chunky bracelets

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  • Slouchy beanies are a popular feature on the heads of the famous and their kids, and now you can knit one up for just about anyone thanks to the Leisure Arts booklet

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  • Slouchy sweatshirts with the perfect crop (just above the hip line, so that the roominess does not diminish the sexiness); jogging bottoms that could cut it as daywear.

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  • Slouchy boots just make me look like I have thick calves.

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