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Discussion in 'Family Life - Stories, Pictures & Updates' started by donrae, Nov 9, 2014.
You know, I can see it, I can see Sour doing that, lol!
Now that was stylin'! Did everybody have a shoulder bag with gobs of fringe on it at one time or another?
I never had the fringe. But, hubby and I started dating in high school. I tell you, we were quite the "item". I did a lot of sewing back then. He had a nice mustache, I had hair down to my butt. I made us several pairs of matching hip-hugger bell bottom pants. As I recall, there were the red/white/blue striped ones, and there were the puke green/mustard yellow/brown and black striped ones.
Wow, that brought back some fashion flashbacks! Hip hugger bell bottoms were the bomb, lol.
I remember the bell bottoms. I had a white leather jacket with fringes.
So tell me - is it just me or were bell bottoms the most comfortable britches ever? Loose, flowing - and so soft! I am all about comfort! When I was expecting our kids, long about the 4th month when the little pooch started I'd switch over from regular panties with those thin, cut-into-you-like-dental-floss waistbands and leg openings to men's jockey shorts and I wore nothing but those the entire rest of the pregnancies. Got a few strange looks from nurses during doctor visits, until one of the nurses who was also expecting changed over too. She ended up recommending them to all of the ladies who came in for prenatal care. When my girls were expecting their babies, they did the same thing, and so did Rachel when she was expecting first great-grandson Landyn and most recently great-granddaughter Madelyn. Joy, who was married to my late grandson Austin and has since remarried, is expecting her first baby in September and she's all over this idea!
I'm a rebel!!!
You, Blooie, are part of the fringe. Long live the fringe!
Blooie is indeed the epitome of the fringe. We fringers applaud you.
Blooie... Your new avatar is cute. but, truthfully I loved your smiling face. I will miss it.