History of bell bottoms

History of bell bottoms

Bell bottoms, also known as flares or drainpipes, are trousers with a wide leg and an exaggerated crinkling at the bottom.

The term "bell bottoms" is thought to have originated in late 1960s San Francisco and may refer to the tight-fitting bell-bottom trousers that became fashionable among young men. The trousers were popularized by West Coast surfers and quickly became a symbol of rebellion in American culture.

The style is considered dated now, although it was popular from the 1970s until the 1990s when it fell out of popularity.

The term "bell bottoms" is thought to have originated in late 1960s San Francisco and may refer to the tight-fitting bell-bottom trousers that became fashionable among young men. The trousers were popularized by West Coast surfers and quickly became a symbol of rebellion in American culture.

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