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Discussion in 'Trend Spotting' started by Deborah, Sep 15, 2009.
Would you dare?
Marc Jacobs S/S10
Brian Reyes S/S10
Wow... with Summer giving way to Fall/Autumn (at least here in the United States), this trend may have come a bit too late. I'm pretty sure any femme will dare try these out, even (dare I say) with tights, leggings, or stockings. I still slightly fancy cuffed short-shorts than these shorts in this thread. A certain few could succumb to these, but I don't think this is going to be something all or most femmes between 13-25 or even 25-40 will try out.
So this is more of one of those, "would you?" trends.
High-waist short-shorts are even worse. Yeah, there's a comfort factor, but I've rarely liked high-waist shorts. So I'll have to cry "fail!" on those in Post #6.
I've got some black sequinned ones, I wear them with tights, they're great Not so keen on the more baggy ones, they look a bit like Bridget Jones pants
I want some sequin ones. I don't think my legs are ready. Currently trying to big myself up to a jog today. haha. I love the sequinned ones.
I could never pull these off!
Hmm, they look good on the models with their endless legs, but on most people? Probably not. Though I do like the 1930s references in some of them. It reminds me of vintage beachwear.
Oh they would definatley need higher heels than the models are wearing!
Sequined grandma undies do not look appealing
i hope this trend doesn't hit the masses-there's already too many muffin topped girls wearing jeans 2 sizes too small
Nah thats OK these shorts are sitting pretty high up past the old muffin. Haha.
Lady GaGa must be loving this
Especially the lack of coverage at Prada
you need to live in the 1st world to be able to use them..
Post 4 is fine for something casual.
The rest, No. Just NO!!
Post 3 Left image looks like something for the set of "One Million Years, B.C."
What does this mean?