High-quality, white canvas sailcloth shorts have navy blue topstitching to highlight and flatter your curves. No belt loops or pockets to disrupt the smooth lines. Hot pants style cut, with high rise and short inseam. Metal Talon zip with button tab closure. Made in the USA in the 1950s. From the Mullins collection.
Label: White Stag
White Stag began in 1929 as an offshoot of the Portland, Oregon-based Hirsch-Weiss Manufacturing Company, making clothes for the new sport of downhill skiing. When the sport and the company took off, "Hirsch" (deer) and "Weiss" (White), were anglicized to become White Stag. The company expanded into sports and casual wear. Warner Brothers purchased the company in 1966, and after returning from bankruptcy, sold the White Stag name to Wal-Mart, where it remains a house brand.
Fiber/Care: unmarked, cotton canvas, washable
Condition: we replaced by hand some missing stitches along the side of the fly (see photo), and we moved the button back to its original position from where the previous owner had added a bit of breathing room
*These shorts are freshly laundered and ready to wear.*
- mannequin measures: w: 24, h: 35.25, live model measures w: 26, h: 35.5. the shorts could use a bit more filling out at the hips to look their best. Curvy, small-waisted ladies, these are for you! -
hips (near bottom of zip): 36"/91.5cm
side seam: 13.5"/34cm
☞ Our items are not newly manufactured "vintage style" pieces. They are true vintage, at least 30 years old. Please read condition report provided above. ☜
Notes: Significant shipping overages (where applicable) will be refunded. International customers are responsible for any taxes or import fees.
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