boy shorts

boy shorts

also boy·shorts  (boi′shôrts′)
pl.n.
Underwear or swimsuit bottoms that have very brief legs cut parallel to the waist, worn especially by women or girls.
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Frankel has taken pains to note the all-body-types, size-inclusive range of her apparel lines, where jeans are available in sizes up to 24 and boy shorts, sweatshirts and other clothing items come in extra small to extra large.
This inclusive line is available in a spectrum of five shades and six cuts, including bralettes, bikinis, boy shorts, and boxer briefs in sizes from extra small to 4X.
I paid for two pairs of boy shorts and we left, with me vowing to go back and chain myself to the shop's railings wearing nothing but a placard saying: "The Pay Gap starts with a Thigh Gap".
Although Morocco may be the Western-most country in Muslim North Africa, it's also home to a host of conservative traditionalists that even frowned upon Sherine's selection of jeans in 2013 , and you better believe they were hatin' on Jessie J's boy shorts that same year.
The global retailer GS Shop, based in Seoul, South Korea, sent the skinny ones down a runway Tuesday in teensy boy shorts, Wonderbras and stretchy shapewear that helped make Spanx inventor Sara Blakely a very wealthy woman.
For one shot, the singer wore a pair of beige/gold granny pants (or boy shorts) and teamed it up with gold bangles and a colourful headscarf.
The director chose, instead, to have I Bullock floating in cute, tight boy shorts (and a tank top--the view from space is, indeed, breathtaking).
While Serena chooses to wear a pair of neon orange boy shorts under her skirt and bright orange nail polish, Federer on the other hand accents his white uniform with orange zippers and pocket lining.
Bulky boy shorts can mean wedgies (aka, so not fun).