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Does anyone remember Farahs. About twenty years ago. I remember as a teenager me and my friends loving the boys bums in them lol I seem to remember they had back perms too.
ahhhh, yes At one point they were the only trousers my brother would wear, those and chinos. :) Along with a t-shirt that had to be over £30, more money than sense, my dad use to go nuts!!!
yeah farahs! if you wanted to look trendy mid 80's in my school it had to be farah trousers, fred perry jumper & seasider shoes :)
If the trousers didnt have a little orange tag with an F on it they didnt get worn :p
Everyone wore Farrah's, usually bought from the market lol
I have a confession to make to my school friends that although they thought i was wearing farahs, they were nothing but cheap imatations, my mum use to stich the farah label every year from the the same old recycled pair of which were handed down from my older brother... no one ever guessed... :D :D :D
hated them for years as they were worn by the straight kids but got a pair and loved them. great fit:p
I think i had one pair of them, light grey if i remember correctly.
Anyone have stay pressed trousrs at the start of the 80s?
Yeah, I had a pair of grey ones that I wore to school. But remember what came before Farrahs? - Waffle trousers.
I could probably wear Farrahs again but Waffles, NO WAY...
Waffles! arggh! I hated the fashion around then, girls in Farahs, tie neck blouses, wedge haircuts, loafers, Gabicci cardigans
Not just Farahs but Farahs which had been "snipped" up the sides a little at the bottom so they sat well on the old Kickers or trainers - poncey casuals. ;)
Trouble with Farahs and Waffles (apart from waffles being uber uncomfy) was thay they wore out pretty quick on the rock hard BMX seats. :(
Sta-press were the go, nice and comfy.
Tonics anyone? ;)
Never saw anyone do that to farahs..Lois /Lee jeans yes,not Farahs no
Sta -press for me especially the two-tone ones cut off above the monkey boots.
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