I like these pants a lot- when I have boots on. When I tried them on to see how much to hem, I was shocked to find them way too short, I like my bell bottoms to reach the ground more or less. A more careful look at the pattern image could have been a clue, but I missed that particular fashion sometime in the nineties.Image So today’s lesson is- always look at the drawing of the pattern, they may actually show what the finished item will look like:)


2 responses to this post.

  1. Woah!!! Those pants are uber 70s cool! Disco with me baby! I just posted about my Diane Von Furstenberg dresses, so I’m all up in the 70s groove.


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