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I want pants like Marlene's!*!*! Now who makes a nice wide leg that is a men's cut that is full in the hips and thighs and falls straight from there, with no flair or decrease in width? Why are they so hard to find? I had four, five pairs that finally have given up or sadly in a couple of cases I've outgrown them and can't find replacements. HELP.

I want pants like Marlene's!*!*! Now who makes a nice wide leg that is a men's cut that is full in the hips and thighs and falls straight from there, with no flair or decrease in width? Why are they so hard to find? I had four, five pairs that finally have given up or sadly in a couple of cases I've outgrown them and can't find replacements. HELP.

"Love the feminine tailoring in the shirt - definitely a Jane Moriarty look. Thanks, Sarah!!"

"Love the feminine tailoring in the shirt - definitely a Jane Moriarty look. Thanks, Sarah!!"

Marlene Dietrich in The Blue Angel, 1937 / Costume Designer: Travis Banton / Photo: Paramount Pictures Inc. renewed 1965 Universal Studios

Playing Dress Up: Hollywood's Storied Costumes on Display at the V&A

Marlene Dietrich in The Blue Angel, 1937 / Costume Designer: Travis Banton / Photo: Paramount Pictures Inc. renewed 1965 Universal Studios

Robert Young, Joan Crawford and Franchot Tone publicity still for "The Bride Wore Red", 1937 (gown by Adrian)

Robert Young, Joan Crawford and Franchot Tone publicity still for "The Bride Wore Red", 1937 (gown by Adrian)

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