1960s Printed Velvet Pucci Wide Leg Pant
An amazing pair of trousers by Emilio Pucci in his signature, custom screened velvet! There is no other fabric outside of his silk jerseys that capture the beauty and depth of his designs then the velvets! The mix of that strong color with the softness of the fabric is beyond luxury! Pair these with any solid or mix and match prints for a million styling options. Flat fronted with killer legs cut straight and wide! Excellent condition.
Waist: 14.5" from side seam to side seam
Hips: 20" from side seam to side seam
Total length: 42" from waist line to bottom hem
The pants are fully lined in a turquoise silk and close with back, hand set, painted metal zipper. The contrasting band of fabric on the bottom is a piece that is added, not screened. This gives them a touch of weight so they drape fantastically! There is one small dot on the front near the waist. hand finished inside.
Modern Sizing Equivalent: SML (6-8)
This garment has been professionally cleaned, pressed and is odor free. Thoroughly checked over before shipping, it will be ready to wear upon arrival
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