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This post really functions like a time machine for me. From the US navy suits of 19th century and the hippies’ must-have symbol of 60s and 70s, flared jeans marked my youth, when in late 90s had dressed my teen revolution.
Then, I was a classic rock admirer, listening Pink Floyd, Led Zeppelin and Rolling Stones unstoppably, twenty four hours a day. Not only I had bought and I had been wearing a couple of flared jeans, but I had also asked my mother to sew some more – she is so capable in sewing -, because I wanted more pants with color diversity. After so many flared on my clothes and the return of straight lines with my adulthood, I didn’t think even once to wear them again. This would have been somehow a turning back to all the endless teen’s self-defined problems.
And, when the previous week we were having lunch outside with friends, I was astonished to see that one of them had bought and wore flared jeans. I felt a little weird … Could I wear them again without the feeling of a forgotten teen rebel in 90s?!!! May be yes, maybe not … I will find it out in my next shopping walk !!!
Yet, one is sure; there’s a flared revival everywhere and here some inspiring articles to see more about this come back:
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So long, skinnies !!! Hope you all have a beautiful Tuesday … ☺!!!