An article for women’s pants, 1933

A vintage article for women’s pants. For 1933, this must have been bordering on positively scandalous.

An article for women's pants, 1933

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2 Responses to An article for women’s pants, 1933

  1. Jean Hunter says:

    Well, all I have to say is pants whether they be slacks or sweats, are far more comfy than wearing dresses and hose!

    Harlow was another ’30s star who, off the sets, was always found in a pullover knit and slacks. In this pic, palazzo or flared wide leg pants. Those sexy low-cut gowns were for publicity as ordered by MGM to maintain her bombshell image!

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    Jean

  2. ‘WOMEN WITH FAT BACKS SHOULD NOT WEAR SLACKS” Dorothy Parker, sometime occupant of The Garden of Allah and damn funny woman. Love, L