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Hi Jeremy Bradley -
>Take Wade's low-rider jeans example. They accentuate contemporary notions
Well, I was more thinking of the navel-baring styles of women's jeans, as
they ride low on the hips.
Low-riding is also a meme of urban automobiles, and that's mostly the
gents, and mostly latino gents.
But, notions are indeed what I was going for.
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