hip-huggers


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hip-hug·gers

(hĭp′hŭg′ərz)
pl.n.
Tight-fitting pants whose waistline rests at hip level.

hip-huggers

pl n
(Clothing & Fashion) chiefly US trousers that begin at the hips instead of the waist. Usual Brit word: hipsters
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Hurl away the hip-huggers and try the retro high-waist fit that is stylish and surprisingly flattering.
In the 1960s to early 1970s, hip-huggers and bell bottoms became an anti-establishment statement.
It reminded me of the look my daughter shot me when I emerged from the changing room in Top Shop last week in a similar pair of flesh-coloured hip-huggers.
The singer shot the video in a bikini top and gold hip-huggers that exposed her well-toned backside.
The problem with low-waist jeans, also known as hipsters or hip-huggers, is that the average woman does not have a paper-thin stomach.
Attend the Saturday, May 22nd interleague game with the Blue Jays to pick one up in your bellbottoms or hip-huggers.
stops along the way for boot-cut jeans and even hip-huggers.
Who would want to, especially these days with the hip-huggers for girls and the pants falling-down for boys?
Your slacks are hip-huggers or fitted, your skirts are flirty and your tops are cut a bit low.
Sitting this one out' isn't an option and when Julio, a swarthy type dressed in a tight-fitting black T-shirt and matching hip-huggers, with a radio microphone strapped to his head, sashayed out into the middle of the sprung dance floor and, with an irresistible Latin beat pounding out over the PA system, I, ahem, got rhythm.