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Stop Trying To Make "Spants" Happen

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The pre-fall runway shows are in full swing, and one stand-out trend has already emerged, courtesy of Theyskens Theory: "spants." Spants, apparently, are part skirt, part super-wide-leg pant. We like 'em.

The only question is, in all seriousness, would you actually ever use the word "spants"?

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