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- n. Alternative form of bell-bottoms.
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- n. trousers with legs that flare; commonly worn as part of a sailor's uniform; -- such absurdly wide hems were also fashionable in the 1960s.
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- n. trousers with legs that flare; worn by sailors; absurdly wide hems were fashionable in the 1960s
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When I was in bellbottoms and platform shoes, it seemed that we were moving past this place of politicizing women's health -- battles were being fought, but we were going to win this war.
Whether you're in bellbottoms or skinny jeans, one thing is clear -- We can all start taking action today and help rebuild the momentum towards equality.
It made most of the men uneasy when she would try to drag them on to the dance floor, they in their finest dishabille, she in blue jean bellbottoms and nothing else.
There were patchwork bellbottoms were worn enthusiastically with huge platforms and hair extensions braided with flowers.
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It's never too late for some Chanel denim bellbottoms!
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