Low-rise jeans and belly buttons are trying to make a comeback and I’d like you to join me in my quest to stop them
My abs aren’t ready for this
Someone once said they don’t regret the things they did, but the things they didn’t do when they had the chance. I don’t exactly have this quote tattooed on my body, but it’s hidden in my phone in the form of a bad Tumblr pic for when I need to remind myself I shouldn’t regret anything I’ve done.
For example, I don’t regret ever wearing low-rise jeans. I was 12 and didn’t know any better, so when Britney made them seem like God’s gift to fashion, I jumped on that train. Thinking back on those teenage years, damn, those jeans were tight. Bell bottoms, too, ugh. I’m now trying to remember if I ever sat down in high school without having to cover up my butt with a sweater. It was rough.
Y'all ever look back at old pictures and wonder how u used to wear low rise jeans/shorts
— miss 20 something (@yyungsavyy) August 12, 2017
But I know you’ve been through similar times. Maybe you tried having a belly button ring for a bit, wore low-rise jeans with a teeny crop top, or even tried the ‘oops I didn’t know my thong was peeking out my jeans’ look. And I’m here to tell you that’s OK. We can’t regret our fashion choices anymore. The only thing we can do is get together to stop them from coming back.
— Harper's Bazaar UK (@BazaarUK) July 24, 2017
Apparently, and I don’t know who the fuck approved this, low-rise jeans and belly buttons are making their way back into our lives.
— Man Repeller (@ManRepeller) August 11, 2017
I love fashion, but I’ll never understand how it can give us such a good thing (read: anything high-waisted) and then just take it away as if we aren’t emotionally attached. Like, I feel hurt. My lower abs haven’t seen the light of day since 2007 and I planned to keep it that way. And now we’re back to this?
I should have realized something bad was up when I got asked if I had an innie or an outie the other day. I literally had to pick up my top and check because there hasn’t been a need to look at my belly button in years.
I have been waiting for this. https://t.co/U7ONQHsdPr
— amandar meat (@nomlette) August 7, 2017
I’m not the only one who feels personally attacked
i will ever I repeat NEVERRRRRR wear low rise jeans idc if they make a come back it's a phat no from me and my muffin too
— haley (@haley_mergl) August 12, 2017
Me scrolling through my Instagram realizing low-rise jeans are making a come back. pic.twitter.com/oVXjqyhOT4
— Samantha McFarland (@sammymcfarland) August 12, 2017
if low-rise jeans come back in style im quitting
— amber (@ambertheoryy) August 12, 2017
Good thing nuclear war is coming soon because apparently low-rise jeans might come back and I don't want to live in that world
— Crentist (@TheSuzannahLee) August 11, 2017
I don't care what Bella Hadid says you CANNOT make me go back to low rise jeans FUCK THAT I WILL NOT
— Caitlan Moore (@yungwitherspoon) August 11, 2017
SOME PEOPLE ARE HAPPY ABOUT THIS MESS???
can't wait for ultra low rise jeans to be back in style
— eg.com (@eggyalex) August 11, 2017
But on another note low rise jeans are coming back and I'm really excited !!!!!!
— Kylee 🌹 (@kypeet) August 11, 2017
We need to fight back before this gets out of control
Spread the word and do whatever you can to stop this madness.
Horrible news: apparently, low-rise jeans are making a comeback. We can't let this happen. We must fight back. Say no to low-rise jeans!!!!!
— marissa (@marissalozser) August 11, 2017
Join me and let’s collectively defeat the chiseled enemy.
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