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Bell Bottoms beads polyester and bandannas - items that defined the seventies and the nineties Throughout time cultures have copied the earlier generations trends Big Band music and swing music both originated in the nineteen twenties but once again became popular in the nineties A fashion trend that is dying out very quickly is the wearing of baggy pants They are pants that seem to fit in the waist but then drastically get larger The pants will become obsolete in 2 years but only to be reborn some twenty years later Its astounding how trends go and come with time The baggy pants craze is already starting to die out Many people are starting to realize that the pants are just a little too big Twenty years from now though people will ask themselves how did this style ever die out Well its simple not one style has ever stood the test of time Styles are made to fade and the good ones always comeback In 2020 the year of the baggy pants the pants will basically look the same as they did in the 1990s although the color will be very different Colors will range from Tropicana orange to puke green And will be worn as a sign of individual freedom A lonesome teenager will enter a thrift store in search of clothes for Nineties Day at school The teenager will stumble upon some baggy pants just like the ones worn now and buy them for his or her outfit The pants will be a huge hit forcing fashion designers to rush to the sewing machine or some other new sewing invention Berrong 2 and produce as many as possible They will be worn mostly by teenagers and also adult men going through a mid life crisis The new and improved baggy pants will be sold at any local clothing store and also at Target and Wal-Mart In the year 2020 many people
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