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n.1.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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A white trouser suit had bellbottoms and a fur jacket.
In "Dark Shadows," Depp plays Barnabas Collins, a vampire awoken from a 200 year slumber in the year 1972, only to find himself in culture shock as he catches up with trends of the time like bellbottoms, lava lamps, and Barry White.
While Ash is in a flower print dress that gives the feel of the 80' s, Akki wears a blush pink floral print shirt topped off with checked bellbottoms.
Many of the boys wore their blue Air Training Corps uniforms, some attended on certain days in matlo's bellbottoms and jumpers if they were sea cadets and, here and there, items of service dress like khaki or blue pullovers were seen.
Clark, who genuinely could sing and would never have donned the tartan hemmed bellbottoms, was sacked by the BCR so close to their breakthrough to (brief) megastardom that he was actually on their first hit single.
This week, Victoria Beckham was snapped in a pair of stonewashed bellbottoms from her dVb range.
Express yourself" in these flirty lace bellbottoms.
Depending on your customer's specifications, improving your castings' surface finish could be the smoothest move you've made since bellbottoms were cool.
Flares had a more subtle shape and billowed out from the knee down, whereas the hem circumference of bellbottoms was much smaller - more like a modern bootcut.
Dig up your platform shoes and bellbottoms as the Associated Builders and Owners of Greater New York travels back in time to the 1970's for this year's Dinner Dance.