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Wednesday, 23 January 2013

As I have made Wednesday fashion day


Do you think retro-futurism is modest?



Not the tight trousers and short skirts....of course. Women looking like machines?

Jane Jetson wearing trendy 2013 tights, no long sleeves, and short skirt. Tights are now called leggings.



Cartoons setting trends? Very European and could be less provocative...skirts are in, but way too short.


Girls and moms in church with leggings and nothing else but a large sweater form normal attire in Ireland. The women in Surrey have much better taste. Well, girls...cover up.


3 comments:

Emily said...

Well it's 3 degrees in Ohio right now, so covering up is the word. :)
I don't know about the UK, but in the U.S., "tight" and "leggings" are different things. Tights are thicker hose, usually colored and/or otherwise patterned, whereas leggings don't have feet and usually end anywhere from mid-calf to the anklebone.

Anita Moore said...

Leggings ≠ pants. No pantalones. Nicht Hose. Pas de pantalons. 根本沒有褲子. δεν παντελόνι. I want to spread the word on this. You might as well go naked.

Supertradmum said...

Agree and no surprises as to figures...which is not good. Too short, too in your face....blame the Jetsons.

As to tights and leggings, the term is used interchangeably here and in Ireland.