Low-rise pants


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I totally thought the fashion industry would have gotten these low-rise pants out of its system by now and it hasn't. Does anyone out there think the really low-rise pant is attractive? Maybe on the really, really skinny girls it's okay, but even then I don't find it the most flattering look. To be honest, I'm sick of seeing butt cracks on the metro, in the schools, just about everywhere I turn. Butt cracks and love handels are all that it emphasizes and really who wants that to be our focus? Well, this isn't much of a discussion, more like a rant. So, here's the discussion: do other girls/women like this look? Are people aware of stylish pants/jeans that don't allow your butt to fall out when you bend over? If so, please let me know. I'm sick of trying on jeans only to find that there's not enough room for the rest of my ass!
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It's the never-ending question, why is any fashion style popular? I wonder how hard it would have been to find straight-legged jeans in the late 60s, or a shirt with no shoulder pads in the 80s. Even as a guy, I have to say that the super low rise jeans are pretty trashy. And that's for the girls that can actually pull it off, which is quite difficult. For the ones that can't do it... well, someone in a movie once said "Spandex is a privilege, not a right", I think that applies here as well.
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I'm in total agreeance here on the low-rise jeans trend. I really don't understand the appeal - the tacky g-string and love handle action are totally confusing to me. They just aren't flattering to anyone.

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