Disco Pants Whether In Or Out of Fashion!

Maybe it’s because I’m older, or because I’m a guy, or because I grew up in poverty, but I’m not the kind to try new fashion fads and dump them as the tides of clothing styles come and go. I know there are plenty of women out there who do this just to have the latest things and emulate their favorite celebrities. I bring this up because I see so many women selling their disco pants on various online selling sites. I can’t help but think….

“Why are you selling these amazing pants? Clearly you liked them at some point. Surely you still fit in them. It’s very hard not to fit into a pair of disco pants you have owned unless you’ve gone through some major physical changes. So why?”

I’ve seen some of them write that it’s not part of their style anymore. Well, I can understand if a 13, 14 or 15 year old girl bought them, wore the heck out of them during their apex in 2012-13, and now at age 18, 19 or 20 has changed her mind about them. Fair enough. Teen girls are notoriously fickle. But how about these women who bought them at 18 or 19 or early 20s. Your style has changed and disco pants no longer fit into it? I bet you still wear leggings. I bet you still wear skinny jeans and jeggings. So how exactly do disco pants not fit in with those similar items of the legwear family?

I do believe this is a symptom of the fashionista lifestyle. You must deny yourself–even if you love disco pants–and move on to the next biggest trend. The problem is disco pants are still very much in style. It wasn’t a ’12-’13 fad that is dead and gone. Yes, all those other brands who jumped on the bandwagon during that time and made their own cheaper, lower quality versions jumped off the moving bandwagon just as quickly as they jumped on. But it was a moving bandwagon and their mistake was in abandoning ship when there was no clear and present danger. Guess what? American Apparel is still making and selling disco pants. And they have no competition now. Disco pants are alive and well nearly 10 years later. New colors are being released. If it truly were only a 2-year fad it would have completely disappeared by now. Thrift stores would be dripping with them. As you know I have only come across 3 pairs of AA disco pants since 2011.

So while I may not be keen on trying new fashion trends, if I do come across something I like I will keep wearing it even after it has faded into obscurity. Is it cause I’m older? Perhaps but even when I was younger I didn’t go with the trends of the day. Not willingly anyway. I have said that baggy was the norm during those days and you couldn’t find jeans that weren’t awfully loose. Even Levi’s 505 were loose during those times. And I wasn’t really into designer jeans then–I didn’t really know anything about designer jeans–so I bought and wore cheap store versions from Kohl’s, JC Penney and Target. I would have preferred tight jeans but there were none to be found. And I probably would have been hesitant to wear them. But there isn’t anything out there for guys that I wouldn’t consider wearing nowadays. Not due to age. The only thing I’ve never been into is ripped denim. Never cared for that.

Is it because I’m a guy that I don’t follow trends as much? Perhaps. But as a guy I do like and appreciate nice clothing. From tops to shoes to outerwear. And this has increased with the passage of time. I prefer the slim and fitted look and I will probably stick with this permanently. Even if things should go back to droopy, long and loose I will keep on with fitted, slim, skinny and skintight. As long as I can play the part, I guess.

But men have never had as much selection as women have and still do not. However it has improved for men and there is a lot more to choose from. We may even be headed towards a point where clothing is no longer gender-branded and everything will be for everyone.

Finally, is it because of poverty that I didn’t follow trends? Surely that had the most to do with it than anything else. My first pair of Levi’s was a hand-me-down. I was very excited to have those because Levi’s were out of my family’s purchasing power. At the time I came into those they were a tight-fitting pair of pants. They were tighter than anything I had ever worn. Because of that and due to it being the ‘baggy age’ I decided I would only wear them at home. But they were a solid pair of jeans and little by little I started wearing them outside the house until eventually I decided they were too good to not wear to school. And so began my excursion of wearing tight jeans to school while surrounded by everyone else wearing denim sacks on their lower bodies. Naturally, I couldn’t get away with being unnoticed and was the recipient of some comments which led to me wearing them only sporadically throughout that school year. I did continue to wear those jeans for another nearly 9 years after graduation until they no longer fit and started coming apart. Those jeans are the reason I wear spandex disco jeans today and try to wear them without regret. I allowed a few comments to keep me from wearing my favorite jeans and all I have no is regret for that.

So poverty kept me from following fashion trends. I would have loved to have the latest coolest clothing when I was younger. I would have loved to have Nikes like many of my school mates did, though I was thrilled when I got my first really good pair of sneakers in junior high–the Reebok 4600 high top basketball shoe. Nike shoes seemed to be more explosive in popularity in high school. There I wore my Reeboks for another year, then some Converse leather high tops and finally a pair of Adidas Phantom for my last two years.

As you can see, there were no Air Jordans for me. No Air Flight 89s. Not even a second pair of Reebok 4600s, which in all honesty, seemed out of style by then as I appeared to be the only one in my school sporting them. Converse and Vans were not popular then. Everyone wore leather sneakers of some sort.

I did get one pair of fancy designer jeans in high school though. It was a pair of Girbaud jeans which were all the rage then. I went with a friend to the boutique downtown where I dished out $60 for a nice pair. It being the nicest pair of jeans I had at the time I wanted to wear them everyday to school. But I knew that wouldn’t be good so I wore them 2-3 times each week. Oh and I had a nice pair of black dress/casual shoes called Zodiacs. I think they are the reason I was able to wear my Adidas Phantoms for 2 school years. I wore the Zodiacs so much that the Adidas were relegated only for gym class and weekend use. I had to have the Zodiacs resoled because they were so worn down it gave the shoes a bad look. So my Adidas were still new for the next school year and I ended up wearing them everyday, my love affair with the Zodiacs having ended by then.

As you can see, I had a few nice items of clothing. But I scrimped and saved for those. I got as much use as I could out of them. The Girbaud jeans I wore till they ripped in the knees beyond high school. Mind you, I had a friend who got me into Girbaud jeans and he was also the guy who inspired me to wear those Levi’s to school as well. I noticed he had a similar colored pair of Levi’s and I liked how they looked on him so I wanted to wear mine. And I did once but I must have felt they were too tight and I would not wear them again until the following school year when they were even a little tighter then.

Basically I am at the point in life where I am going to stick with particular styles of fashion that I like. I am not going to try to go along with trends anymore. Thankfully, the trends I have wanted to come back have come back. Those include disco pants, tight jeans for guys and certain pairs of sneakers I thought I would never have the chance to wear or own. Tight pants for guys are all the rage now. You see them wearing them everywhere. Disco pants are still a fashionable item despite what fashionistas may say. So I can wear those things and feel that I’m fitting in. As I mentioned before, disco pants can appear to many people to be exercise apparel so when I’m wearing some they can be mistaken for being athletic clothing. And athletic clothing is also very much in fashion now. I have even been wearing Nike track pants and Nike joggers during this hot summer. These are super casual times. Spandex is very comfortable. As much as many people may not want to admit it, spandex garments are the most comfortable thing you can wear while looking good wearing them.

I guess if some women want to hop from one fashion trend to the next it’s their prerogative. But in doing so they never develop their own style and they will miss out on some great yet short-lived trends. All in the name of what? Being in fashion? Mimicking celebrities? It’s so sad when I see tweets from women on Twitter that read something like, “Can disco pants please come back into fashion?” I mean, really? You’re that willing to allow someone or something to dictate your sense of style? When I wished for tight jeans to be in style it was because they were absolutely not available. But disco pants are everywhere! Why cheat yourself out of wearing something you adore just because your friends or favorite celeb is not wearing it? Life’s too short. Just wear disco pants!

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Vintage Fit Charcoal AA Disco Pants

I have some good news. For me anyway. I have determined that I can have the charcoal disco pants modded into a straight leg AND be just long enough to fit me properly. As a result of this determination, I have purchased a 5th pair of charcoal AA disco pants. I found a pair that is something like size XXS for a decent low price that I can use for the extra material needed. I can’t bring myself to cut up a perfectly good pair in size M.

So here is how I came across this discovery. I measured the inseam of the recent charcoal large pair I came into. It’s in the upper 20s which is not really long enough for me. However, I have a vintage pair of an English brand disco pant that is a bit short on me yet tolerable if I were them with boots or high top Converse. Basically as long as it’s not a pair of low top Converse or Vans, et al. I visually compared the length of this pant with the large charcoal disco pant and the AA pant is slightly longer! Additionally, it has about a 3/4 inch hem that can be let down. So it looks like it’s going to happen. I’m pretty thrilled about this as, I have said a million times, I really love this color.

When I get the XXS pair I just ordered I will take it and the large pair along with this vintage British pair and ask the tailor to follow the leg pattern of the vintage one. However, since the leg opening of this vintage pair is slightly slimmer than the vintage Le’Gambi black pair that I consider to be the ideal, I will have her add the extra width on the hem to give it more of a vintage straight fit look.

It’s important to take the English pair because of its similarity to the AA pants’ overall length. She can compare at what point the leg starts to widen relative to the AA pair and determine where to start adding the extra material on it. As far as having a pair of shorts made up, well, I’m putting that plan on the back burner. I haven’t worn shorts much this summer even though it’s been a tremendously hot and humid season. This includes my Chinese disco pant cutoff shorts. Now that we’re in September my focus will be more on wearing the pants themselves with perhaps the occasional wearing of the shorts here and there. Of course, all it takes for me to get really excited about the shorts again is to see anyone around wearing something similar.

I am allowing for the possibility that the pants may still come out a bit too short. If that’s the case I will save them for wearing with my various Emu or Ugg boots. But I am rather optimistic. In fact, I am already looking around for an affordable (ahem, cheap) pair of brown AA disco pants that I can mod in the same way. But brown is a lot harder to find than charcoal. There currently are several pairs on various websites for sale. The good thing is that size no longer matters. Condition neither. And yes, I would be willing to take my only pair of brown AA disco pants and have them modded. If I end up completely pleased with the charcoal, there is no question that I’ll do the brown.

In the time I await for this XXS small pair to arrive I have to decide whether I want to mod the large charcoal or one of the several mediums I have. I love the fit of the medium–absolutely skintight. The large is a lot more forgiving up top but still tight. It is very possible that I may end up having both sizes done. I shall have to try both in the coming days and see which I prefer mostly. I will have to verify if both the large and medium are the same overall length. If not then all bets are off and it will be a large-only type deal.

More on this as it develops

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Cheryl Ladd in Red Spandex Disco Pants

Today I saw yet another episode of Charlie’s Angels that featured disco pants. And guess who was wearing them? It was Cheryl Ladd again! I guess she was a huge fan of these pants, too. In this one she was wearing red and it was for a good portion of the second half of the show with plenty of great full and rather close shots.

This episode is on the list I provided the other day. It’s the 15th show of the third season which aired on January 31, 1979. As I said, Cheryl was wearing red disco jeans with what appeared to be a white tag on the rear pocket. I’m not sure which brands had white tags. Another thing I noticed was that the pants seemed to be a little more flared at the hems than the ones I’m more used to. I wouldn’t call them bell bottoms but there was certainly more fabric moving around down there. See for yourself. The episode is called “Disco Angels” and you can see it online on Dailymotion.com. Or right here:

I just had to pick up a copy of season 3 of the show. With at least 3 episodes featuring spandex disco jeans it was a no-brainer for me. And once I get it I will be sure to post high quality stills of Cheryl in red disco pants.

As a bonus feature, near the very end of this episode they show a disco club where people are dancing and a woman there who is also wearing red disco pants. It’s a great episode and worth the price of the whole season for sure!

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Freesia AA Disco Pant & Dropped Pockets

They came in today! My brand new, bright yellow–uhh, ‘freesia’–American Apparel disco pants. And let there be no doubt; they are a very sunny, summery yellow. Beautiful. Absolutely beautiful. Never had a pair of yellow spandex jeans before. This is my first and I’m quite thrilled.

I bought a size medium and the fit is skintight from waist to ankles. It was even a bit hard getting the leg openings through my feet. That’s the thing about the skinny/leggings style disco pants. You may want to get them as tight as possible in the upper regions but you may end up not getting them past your feets!

So I’m in love with these new disco pants. Love the color and fit. And shine. I will take some photos with them as soon as I can. Will have to figure out what tops will go with skintight shiny yellow pants.

I am really surprised that AA would release such a bold color as this. Seeing as how women are the main consumers of these pants, I don’t know how they will respond to this yellow. I know they all love black & red & pearl. But yellow? What is AA’s thinking behind this? Are they trying to see how wild of a palette they can create and get away with? Or is this some sort of last ditch effort to breathe new life into an item that is nearly 10 years old now? I know that many fans of these pants–myself included–want to see all the original colors return. I’d like a second chance to get those colors I parted with or never had to begin with. At the top of my list now is Cranberry red. But I also want pink, brown, red & royal blue. (Notice I didn’t say charcoal? Now that I have 4 pairs I don’t need any others!)

Anyway, there is something of rather significant interest that I need to mention. One of the first things I noticed about the new ‘freesia’ disco pants is that those lower pockets are placed a lot lower than I have seen on any AA disco pants in all these years. So I grabbed a few other handy pairs and I made some measurements. Here is what I found:

First, I took a black pair of the original USA-made disco pants in black size large. I measured from the top of the right corner of the right pocket to the top of the pants:

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As you can see, that distance measures between 2-3/4 and 2-7/8 inches. And just visually looking at the pants you can see the pockets are pretty high up as they were traditionally on brands such as Le’Gambi, Bojeangles & Frederick’s of Hollywood.

Next I grabbed a charcoal pair size large. These too are USA-made and have never been made elsewhere:

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Measuring from the same spot you can see it’s right about 2-1/2 inches. So the pocket here is even slightly higher up than on the black pair.

Then I took a few of the new Mexican made pairs. Here’s pearl:

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Here you can already visually see that the pockets are placed lower. No need to measure even. On this pair the distance is between 3-1/2 and 3-5/8 inches. Compared to the charcoal, the pearl has at least a whole inch of additional space.

Next up is the deep peacock:

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On this pair there is about 3-3/8 inches. Slightly less than the pearl but still a difference that is visually noticeable.

Finally, I measured the brand new “freesia’ pair. This one caught my eye even more than the pearl and peacock, which truthfully I hadn’t even bothered to notice on those.

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The freesia is right around the 4-1/4 inch mark! While it’s not a whole inch more than the others, it is still a very noticeable increase over the previous two.

So what does this all mean? Is it a manufacturing defect or is this done intentional? Is there more to it than AA just coming out with a wild new color near summer’s end? Perhaps they are trying to update the look a bit. A lot of jeans nowadays have lower placed pockets and that is one of the features that gives them their modern look. Are they trying to give that modern look to disco pants? But even lowering the pockets does not exactly make them modern. I have repeatedly mentioned that Jonden’s disco pants all had the lowered pockets. But it was one of the few if not only brands to do so. That surely gave them a unique look which I really like.

It goes without saying then that I like the dropped pockets look. I like to have a little of the pockets showing when I wear my longer shirts. Are they going to do this for the other colors as well or will they just have two different lines of disco pants–the original and the updated? The thing is, as I have already shown, the pockets of the Mexican made ones previous to the freesia were already slightly dropped. Perhaps this is an anomaly. Speaking of different lines, remember when AA came out with that matte disco pant? I never understood the point of those. A skinny/legging style jeans-type pants that didn’t have any shine. Were they really anything more than jeggings? How could they even share the name of ‘disco pant’ with the real thing? From afar they would look like a pair of black skinny jeans. I don’t remember them lasting long either. Kinda fizzled away like the 3-tone and printed disco pants. I wouldn’t mind having one of the matte pairs as they could have served as a transitional pant to the shiny AA ones.

One final point is that there is only one photo of this new freesia color disco pant on the AA site. It’s a front view. Perhaps if they had included a rear view I could have seen the lower placement of the pockets. Not that it would have affected my decision to buy–again, I love the idea of lower pockets. But it would have been interesting to see the change and also to serve as confirmation that it’s not just the pair I received today. If you look closely at some of the rear shots of the other colors there you will clearly see that the pockets are lower than on the original AA disco pants. I hope they keep going this direction and keep adding more colors.

 

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Spandex Disco Pants/Jeans On Television

Here is a partial list of television shows where spandex disco jeans can be found. We all know there is more and I will update this accordingly. For the time being I am just focusing on television shows. This list is sorted by original air date:

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TV Show Season Episode Title Air Date
Wonder Woman 3 1 My Teenage Idol is Missing 9/22/1978
Charlie’s Angels 3 9 Mother Angel 11/15/1978
Charlie’s Angels 3 13 Angels On Vacation 1/10/1979
Charlie’s Angels 3 15 Disco Angels 1/31/1979
CHiPS 3 2 Roller Disco: Part 2 9/22/1979
Three’s Company 4 3 The New Landlord 9/25/1979
Charlie’s Angels 4 7 Angels On The Street 11/7/1979
The Rockford Files 6 9 No Fault Affair 11/30/1979
Alice 4 12 Good Buddy Flo 1/6/1980
The Ropers 2 22 Mother’s Wake 5/15/1980
WKRP In Cincinnati 3 10 Daydreams 1/17/1981
The Jeffersons 7 12 Alley Oops 1/25/1981
WKRP In Cincinnati 3 13 Dr. Fever & Mr. Tide, Part 1 2/7/1981
WKRP In Cincinnati 3 14 Dr. Fever & Mr. Tide, Part 2 2/7/1981
Gimme A Break! 1 4 Mom’s Birthday 11/19/1981
Three’s Company 6 14 Oh, Nun 1/19/1982
WKRP In Cincinnati 4 13 Changes 1/27/1982
Gimme A Break! 1 16 Hot Muffins 3/11/1982
Cagney & Lacey 1 1 You Call This Plain Clothes? 3/25/1982
Magnum, P.I. 2 20 The Elmo Ziller Story 3/25/1982
Laverne & Shirley 8 20 Do the Carmine 3/15/1983
Simon & Simon 3 18 Double Play 2/16/1984
Married With Children 3 2 I’m Going To Sweatland 11/20/1988
That 70s Show 6 1 The Kids Are Alright 10/29/2003
The Big Bang Theory 3 14 The Einstein Approximation 2/1/2010
Pretty Little Liars 4 1 A is For A-L-I-V-E 6/11/2013
The Goldbergs 1 23 Livin’ On a Prayer 5/13/2014
The Goldbergs 3 1 A Kick-Ass Risky Business Party 9/23/2015
The Goldbergs 4 13 Agassi 2/8/2017

The chart just gives you show, season & episode numbers, episode title and air date. If you click on the file link you’ll get a little bit more info including the character wearing disco pants, the actor’s name and the color of the pants.

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Cheryl Ladd in Disco Pants / New AA Color

A short while ago today I caught an episode of Charlie’s Angels that had the character of Kris Munroe (played by Cheryl Ladd) wearing what appeared to be black spandex disco pants. The episode is titled “Mother Angel” and aired November 15, 1978. This episode also happens to feature Farrah Fawcett as a guest after having left earlier on in the series. Ladd had replaced Fawcett as one of the regulars.

So it’s mid-November 1978. Shiny spandex jeans were starting to be seen everywhere on television. And here is Cheryl Ladd wearing a black pair with a leather/vinyl-looking red jacket. I’m not completely sure but these disco pants don’t seem to have any back pockets. I did catch a glimpse of a name brand tag somewhere near the waistline in the back. I haven’t seen that before. But they are clearly spandex disco pants. There is no denying that unique shine.

This episode is on dailymotion.com but it was uploaded in a reverse negative fashion. Thus all the writing is backwards. Fortunately, that has no effect on the awesomeness of disco pants. But the stills below have been corrected by me.

I think this is a show worth having on DVD if you don’t already. I suspect there are plenty of episodes of The Angels in spandex jeans. I know for a fact of four different episodes, two having black pants and two red. And the most recent I’ve seen feature Cheryl Ladd wearing them in both instances. I’m sure there are more. I have not watched this show since I was a child so I’m rediscovering this stuff now.

Here are some stills. The video was not the clearest so we’ll have to make do.

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There she is in what appears to be a pocket-less pair of shiny spandex disco jeans. Would love to know what brand those are. I’m not huge on the ones without pockets, but they are skintight and shiny so I still like them. I’ll do a post on the episode where Cheryl’s wearing red ones soon.

Finally, I wanted to mention that American Apparel has a new color of disco pants for sale–“freesia.” It’s actually a wildly bright yellow color and I’m quite surprised by it. If disco pants were on the wane why would they issue a brand new color and an extremely loud one at that? Never having had yellow disco pants I plan to get me a pair of these. They look pretty nice on the website but I don’t think this color will do too well.

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I’ll be ordering one of those ASAP!

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A Record 2018

I’ve been getting a lot of spam on this blog for the last week plus. I don’t know if that’s a good sign in any way, but it is annoying when you get a notification that there’s a comment for you and it turns out to be garbage. And garbage in a different language at that. I will keep labeling these things as spam so no one is going to read them. Whatever you’re selling take it elsewhere!

There’s another milestone I reached this past Friday. I wore disco pants for the 31st time this year, which shatters last year’s record of 30 wearings. And today I wore them for the 32nd time. And it’s very warm and humid here still. Clearly this means I will have a great deal of wearings come September, October & November. Pending nothing should happen to detract from that, of course. I’d like to try some more adventurous things come the cooler months. Definitely want to get into the groove of wearing my shorter, more form-fitting shiny American Apparel night jackets with disco pants. I think I’ve only done this once to this date. It’s a great look because these jackets are bomber-style and they have the elastic waistband which causes the jacket to creep up on you when you bend down or sit. Then when you get up, ta da! The whole upper part of the disco pants is showing, front and back. And I’d like to wear them that way. And some people like to see that. But I’m still hesitant so I quickly pull the jacket down into place. But what I really love about these jackets is that even pulled fully down they still allow some of the upper regions of the pants to show. That’s a good compromise.

I also want to try wearing my pleather jacket with them. I have never worn this combination out in public. I have used it plenty for photo shoots though. It’s a short-ish jacket like leather jackets of this style tend to be. So a lot of the upper portion of the pants is free to exposure and it’s a great look. But it does not have the elastic waist band so it doesn’t cling to the body there and makes it a little bit of a crappy look since I’m top-heavy.

Something else I’d like to try is wearing the louder colors. And of course getting more wearings of the steel blue color which is not really loud. And I’d love to get more out of the AA pants. If only I’d see more guys–any guys–around here wearing leggings I’d wear the AAs with more confidence. I still maintain I can get away with wearing the two-tone pair because it looks like exercise apparel. If I pair those with my black/white Nike running sneakers I’d really look like I’m in training. But I really love my various pairs of white Converse and want to stick with them.

The pants I wore today and on Friday was the modded Chinese pair. I adore these pants. They’re great. The thin material is perfect for this hot weather. And they fit skintight even though they’re not skintight on my waist. I could wear these non-stop and not feel any pair or soreness on the waist. This pair was one of those first few oddball XL pairs I bought on ebay that fit more like a large than an XL. The XLs I bought later were ridiculously large, not even resembling disco pants when I tried them on. To me they fit more like XXL. I would rather that the white, navy and gray ones I want to mod would fit more like this black pair. Don’t get me wrong–I love the look, feel and fit of skintight spandex jeans, but the extra-tighter fitting large ones they now make will probably come apart at the seams more quick. And after 3 public wearings and several hours of indoor wearings for photo shoots this black pair is going strong, and all because they are skin tight without being deterioratingly skin tight.

I remembered that on Friday the velcro on my messenger bag accidentally made contact with my disco pants and left a few marks on the pants material. Velcro and nylon/polyester/spandex don’t mix! Keep them away from each other as much as possible. The damage done is irreversible not to mention unsightly.

So the main point of this post was 2018 being the new record year in terms of disco pants wearings. I’m going to try to get in as many wearings the remainder of this year because frankly, next year may bring different things my way and I may not wear spandex jeans as often as I am now. Let’s hope not. But I am really focused on making this year a huge one just in case. As for this week I’ll probably get another wearing on Friday.

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