Funny Clothes

Funny Clothes

31. Flair Hair Visors Shop

Both self-consciously bald and patriotic? Why no kill two birds with one stone? See also Patriotic.

Added by Ryan on June 25, 2010| Comment | You Like This |

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32. Thong Jeans

Must be seen to be believed. See also Denim.

Added by Ryan on June 24, 2010| 3 Comments | You Like This |

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33. Jeggings Shop

Also known as denim leggings. If you live in a big city, you've seen them lately. See also Denim, Hipsters.

Added by Ryan on May 26, 2010| Comment | You Like This |

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34. Jean Diapers Shop

Aka Little Movers. See also Babies, Denim.

Added by Anthony on May 20, 2010| 2 Comments | You Like This |

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35. Cravats Shop

The ascot's flamboyant cousin. See also Fancy.

Added by CaptainCliche on May 12, 2010| Comment | You Like This |

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36. Platform Shoes with a Goldfish in the Heel

Because nothing is more groovy than dancing the night away with an aquatic animal going belly-side up in your shoe. See also Fish, Shoes.

Added by CaptainCliche on April 18, 2010| Comment | You Like This |

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37. Winklepickers

Shoes with very pointy toes worn in the 50's and 60's by rock and roll fans. See also British, Shoes.

Added by TurtruckJake on April 6, 2010| 3 Comments | You Like This |

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38. Cummerbund

A wide sash often worn with a tuxedo. A funny piece of clothing and a funny word. See also Pretentious.

Added by Opossum on January 14, 2010| Comment | You Like This |

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39. Mom Jeans Shop

Magnificently high-waisted, acid-washed, easy-fit and pegged-at-the-ankle. Best paired with granny panties underneath and white Reebok low tops on the feet (with the velcro) Fanny packs optional. Mmmm, soccer mom! See also Denim.

Added by scottmsiegel on January 9, 2010| 1 Comment | You Like This |

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40. Playboots

Outdated British term for athletic shoes, i.e., the floppy, high-top, twist-your-ankle kind. See also British.

Added by Brian on December 17, 2009| Comment | You Like This |