They’re Baaaaaack!

By Manolo the Shoeblogger

The Return of the Warmers of the Leg

Manolo shouts, Noooooooooooooooo!

No, no, no, no to the return of the warmers of the legs. The thousand times No!

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6 Responses to “They’re Baaaaaack!”




  1. Seneca Says:

    You were looking at the leg warmers?! I was looking at Miss Healthy Thighs behind her..someone fianlly decided to put healty women on the catwalk. Yes, Im afraid the leg warmers are back….such a bad accesory even for working out.




  2. Emily Says:

    Leg warmers- Satan’s little helpers, these things have invaded my school with the help of horrible Hollister, American Eagle, and other stores that make everyone look alike, drones with no fashion sense- they are like the hats of truckers, stupid things that should only be left to wear by truckers- except leg warmers are things that should only be left to the wearing of hookers, because the fashionable walker of the street should not walk around cold, she might catch the flu.




  3. Emily Says:

    Leg warmers- Satan’s little helpers, these things have invaded my school with the help of horrible Hollister, American Eagle, and other stores that make everyone look alike, drones with no fashion sense- they are like the hats of truckers, stupid things that should only be left to wear by truckers- except leg warmers are things that should only be left to the wearing of hookers, because the fashionable walker of the street should not walk around cold, she might catch the flu.




  4. Lorien Says:

    I wear the leg warmers with the tapered bleached and pleated denim. They have the holes cut while listening to the New Kids On the Block.




  5. Ryno Says:

    I disagree on the leg warmers. Women can look very good wearing nothing but leg warmers and a matching tube top, pulled down below the breasts. Perhaps a matching headband too. Think about it. Nice, huh? Very sportif.




  6. Pea Says:

    I think leg warmers are cool, but then I’ve always dressed differently. I think that if you are following trends, then you lose your individuality. If you are wearing leg warmers because you like them, then do it. Just do it [i]your[/i] way. I like to wear them with skirts and plain colored tights, (brown, since I’m brown-skined.) or wild patterned tights with plain colored clothes. I knit my own, too. I like them super long with a man’s shirt that comes down to my knees, a belt around the waist and a sweater over it. I think it’s very cute and retro.













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