The superwide mystery


In 2543, at an interplanetary conference of costume historians, a paper was presented. This paper discussed an unusual style of dress from late in the 20th century: the Super-wide jean.

“Given the size of these garments, the main question people have nowadays—of particular import to re-enactors of the Industrial Age—is ‘how did they keep them up?’ Several theories have been proposed. Some believe that the items were fastened to the wearer’s undergarments with snaps, hooks and eyes or lacing.”

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