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What: I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: stirrup pants are evil.
We (meaning Angela and I) believe that stirrup pants were created by a disgruntle fashion designer who once had hopes of ruling the runways of New York but found himself ( we’re imagining a low-budget Simon Doonan) stuck in a corner basement office at K-Mart’s headquarters with fluorescent lighting and yards and yard of forest green stretchy polyester knit. He set out to punish the fashion world for overlooking his great talent(s) and unfortunately, the average American woman is made to suffer.
The pants are popping up as a “fall trend,” with new versions from 7 for all Mankind, Bebe and more. Like our friends at Styledash say, the fashion “powers-that-be” will keep pushing and pushing them on us until we all cave in and “mommy stir-up pants” become the new babydoll dress.
~Angela and Kathryn
Yea or Nay: Stirrup Pants
(P.S. If you say yea, you better have a pretty solid reason)