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Old 01-05-2012, 11:14 PM
Location: Florida
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Yes, more than one. Them and slim/skinny are the only types I have.
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Old 01-07-2012, 05:07 PM
Location: The State Line
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I haven't owned a pair of flare jeans since junior high/high school. I loved them back then. I tried on a pair today but put them back on the rack, because for now I like the look of skinny jeans and straight legs or even bootcut/slight bootcut jeans. Besides, skinny and straight legs work better with knee-high boots, which I still like to wear. Flares seem to look better with platforms/chunky heels, most of which I no longer have.

What's funny is two years ago I didn't care for skinny jeans (or leggings, but I gradually warmed to them). I wouldn't mind a slight flare, but the ones I'm find in stores are so wide it reminds me of my school days (, when they would drag across the floor because I was always too short).

I'll probably catch on eventually, but I'm usually late with trends.
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