bellbottom


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Adj.1.bellbottom - (of trousers) having legs that flare at the bottombellbottom - (of trousers) having legs that flare at the bottom; "bell-bottomed trousers"
bottomed - having a bottom of a specified character
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Richie, on other hand, is wearing a white cropped top and printed bellbottom pants.
Lava lamps, Raleigh bikes, bellbottom jeans, gaudy lampshades and platform shoes - yes, I am talking about the 70s.
Conclusive proof that it's not just Mr Cowell's high waisted, bellbottom jeans that are stuck in the past.
The hip-hugger, bellbottom blue jeans become an anti-establishment statement.
Not taking out a patent on all the styles I originated in the 60s like the ponytail and bow, bellbottom trousers, the buccaneer shirt, the What is your favourite piece of clothing in your wardrobe?
Not taking out a patent on all the styles I originated in the 60s like the ponytail and bow, bellbottom trousers, the buccaneer shirt, the buckle shoes, the ripped pants and everything else I wore that became the fashion in those days.
Rockwell walked over to take a look, but when Elizabeth saw him coming she recognized the famous illustrator in his trademark white bellbottom pants and holding his signature pipe.
She hated my tight bellbottom jeans, and huffily said, 'I never wore a pair of trousers in my life
Love or loathe this style, there's no denying that bellbottom jeans take inches off your thighs as the wide leg gives the illusion that your hips are slimmer and - worn with platforms - they'll make your legs look longer, too.
Bellbottom trousers, puffball skirts, unused woks, old mobile phone chargers and abandoned exercise bikes are just some of the items stashed away.
Out went style and in came lime green bellbottoms as staff at the Workforce employment agency, Stanley Street, committed fashion crimes to boost the MacMillan Nurses cancer care charity.
It's the summer solstice meets the "Summer of Love"; spells and potions and superstition rub elbows with riots and music festivals and bellbottoms.