1960s Clothing

Western style pant 1960s black cotton blend | XS-S

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Size: XS-S (curvy fit)
Natural/high waist: measures 26” flat, to fit up to 25.5”
Hip: measures 38.5” flat, to fit up to approx. 37”
Length: 39.25” at side seam/outseam
Inseam length: 28” (with long rise/high waist)
Rise: 14” in front and 15.5” in back
Width at cropped/ankle-length hems: 7.25” flat (14.5” around)
Label: Stockton; Koratron (fabric blend brand label)

This pair of cotton-polyester blend, western-style ladies’ 1960s cropped pants or trousers in black with contrasting white topstitching have a curvy fit, as was common for a mid-century women’s pant. The fitted, high-rise waist and full hips are created by vertical darts, seen just above the pockets. Speaking of pockets, the curved front pockets are currently sewn shut, but can be re-opened by their new owner, and will be functional again, if desired. The slightly cropped (on our mannequin, ankle-length) pant is tapered a bit from knee to hem, but has a more full shape from knee to hip. The high waist fastens with a button and tab, over a front metal zipper. The medium-weight fabric has a crisp hand and subtle texture, similar to cotton twill (like the fabric used for traditional khaki trousers), but because it is a blend with polyester, that means no wrinkles! This pair of black cropped, tapered 1960s pants with western-style topstitching is in excellent condition; the only issue is the sewn-shut front pockets (actually a positive, if you are curvy enough that your trouser hip pockets often gape open, like mine do!). Our last photo shows the pant unclipped to the mannequin, to give a better idea of true size.

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