September 10th, 2016
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Stirrup Pants

Designer Elin Kling’s stirrup tights, from her Toteme line, are a fall must-have.

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  • Please, no. There is no need to encourage stirrup pants. Our moms wouldn’t look like this model.

    HeleneSeptember 11th, 2016  4:08 PM

     
  • By all that is holy, NO.

    SueMSeptember 11th, 2016  8:58 PM

     
  • As someone who wore stirrup pants in seventh grade, they constantly need to be pulled up because the forces of gravity are pulling them down. If there is stretch in the pant, the knees will stretch out and bag, and they feel like they are pulling down when you sit, which of course they are. Buyers, consider yourselves warned! : )))

    PaulaSeptember 11th, 2016  10:39 PM

     
  • Stirrup pants are fine. They just need to be fitted at the waist so that they do not pull down and also the proper length for one’s leg. The last pair I had was Donna Karan from the early 90s that I loved. I wore holes in the knees crawling around on the floor giving my daughter horseback rides.

    RebeccaSeptember 12th, 2016  5:21 PM

     

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