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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 shop@verybreezy.com for additional photos or measurements, as all sales are final.

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