Oxford bags


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Oxford bags

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(Clothing & Fashion) trousers with very wide baggy legs, originally popular in the 1920s. Often shortened to: bags
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Body odour, Charlie perfume, chip fat all entered the tabard, or Oxford bags, or Simon shirt, and stayed there.
God, I'll miss those Rupert check Oxford bags and lime green hooped socks.
Your lucky pants are our lucky pants are Y Oxford bags.
Ikeep thinking about the Winter Gardens Banbury, circa 1979; great days of discodancing in Oxford Bags covering seven-inch platform heels .
The men's official uniforms were black blazers and white Oxford bags plus two pairs of free underpants each.
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In 1920s fashion, the term Oxford bags referred to what item of clothing?
At changeover they got off fast - all I remember was this bloke in tartan tweed Oxford bags.
Women's clothing store Dash, independent bag retailer, Oxford Bags and GC Footwear, of Southport, are among the latest retailers to open in the city.
It all happens in the late 70s and is an awe-inspiring tale of determination - and most sobering to think that as I was walking round Aberdeen oblivious, wearing Oxford Bags and listening to Slik, people the same age were changing the world.
They all look smart in Oxford Bags and shiny shoes.
We wore floating peasant dresses as well as skinny rib sweaters, Oxford bags and cheesecloth shirts.

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