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Vintage 1960s Black Lace Tap Shorts

Vintage 1960s Black Lace Tap Shorts

Regular price $210.00 USD
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These Vintage 1960s black lace tap shorts are a complete unique addition to your wardrobe, and an unexpected styling piece that pair with anything to instantly add that French-girl-cool. Also known as French knickers, "tap shorts" became popular in the 1920s and were a flapper girl wardrobe staple. They got their name from being popularized by dancers— this clip of Ginger Rogers in the 1936 film "Follow the Fleet" is a perfect example of how tap shorts were worn in the early 20th century. In keeping with the traditional silhouette, this pair feature a high elastic waist, with lace appliqué and a scalloped lace trim. This pair would be great layered under a sheer skirt or dress, for a peek-a-boo Dolce & Gabbana inspired look. Made in the USA. The Vintage Italian Black Lace Camisole and Vintage Gold Doorknocker Earrings pictured are also available.

Measurements: Shown on a size Small; sizing is flexible will depend largely on how you'd like them to fit and how you intend to wear them. They will likely work for a size X-Small, Small, or possibly Medium.
Waist: 20" laid flat unstretched, up to 34" with elastic waist fully stretched
Hips: 37" laid flat unstretched, up to 38" stretched
Inseam: about 2" (crotch is dropped)
Length: 13.75" from waist to hem down side of shorts

Great vintage condition. With any questions about the specific condition or size, please email for additional photos or measurements, as all sales are final.

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