A bright, cheerful pair of pants, these 1960s suspender pants have the slim, straight fit that defines that Midge Maisel look (and who doesn't want to dress like Mrs. Maisel?) The robin's egg blue isn't quite as oversaturated as these pics make it out to be, and the pants will pair well with pastels. Made of an early stretch material, the stretch in these is versatile, with the suspenders working to stretch the pants down to a snug, slim fit. These close at the back with a nylon zipper.
Inseam: 24" + 4" stretch
Label: Permanent Press "Prestique" and "the pants that really fit, by Jack Winter"
Material: Nylon Blend of some kind
Condition: Good minus
These pants are clean and ready to wear. There are little pills or snags along the left thigh area, and there is some storage soil along the creases where it was folded for years - I have washed them, but it didn't lift completely. I find no other issues to note.