Silk Palazzo Pants
Côte d’Azur, 1929.
Days of gossip and sunbathing, green figs and Pernod.
“What did you th-th-th-think of the p-p-p-party at Maugham’s?”
“Light my Sobranie, you wicked thing.”
In the evening, dinner outdoors among the orange and lemon trees, wearing pants like these. Cool, delicious flow of silk against skin.
The colors make a person look more tanned.
Silk Palazzo Pants (No. 1645), favored on the posh coasts of Europe and in America, too, where Hollywood leading ladies drove the studios nuts (at first) by wearing them in public.
Pure silk crêpe de chine in a wide-legged cut, very slimming, lots of drape and movement. Fitting darts front and rear. Six pearl-shell buttons on left side seam. 30" inseam, fully lined. No waistband or pockets to mar the clean look. Imported.