New Old Stock with Tags Size X-Large 31/32 Pretty Puckers Made in USA Style 4725 Vintage 1950s 1960s Open Bottom Girdle 4 Metal Garter Belt Acetate Rubber Nylon. Composition: Center Rigid Section: 100% Nylon. Body Elastic: 83% Acetate, 17% Rubber.
New Old Stock vintage 50's 60's Pretty Puckers open bottom girdle. Center rigid section of Taffeta and the rest is the puckered fabric.... Condition: New Old Stock with Tags... A couple of dark storage spots on the bottom of the center section.On the front are 2 stitches out in the crossover. Size: Ladies size Extra Large..
Vintage sizing can be different than modern sizes. Measurements are taken with the fabric at rest. Around the waistband: 22 without stretching the elastic. Around the Hips: 24 without stretching the elastic.OUR MERCHANDISE: Is primarily Vintage. We can not guarantee that our items are from a smoke and pet free environment. As with any used clothing or vintage item, please take into account that even the most cared for piece may have age related imperfections. Each of our items is carefully examined and flaws are disclosed. We encourage e-mails regarding condition or sizing. Vintage sizes are NOT the same as modern sizes, so it is VERY IMPORTANT that you FOLLOW THE MEASUREMENTS GIVEN. The only fool proof sizing method is to compare the measurements to something you already own. We measure with the item laid flat.
Because we put measurements on all of our auctions, we can NOT be responsible for sizing problems. If we have made an error in our listing, please let us know and we will work with you to resolve the problem to your satisfaction. The item "Pretty Puckers XL 31/32 VTG Rubber NOS Open Bottom Girdle Metal Garter Belt 60s" is in sale since Saturday, May 29, 2021. This item is in the category "Clothing, Shoes & Accessories\Specialty\Vintage\Women's Vintage Clothing\Lingerie\Corsets & Girdles". The seller is "elvisreallyrocks" and is located in Boone, Iowa.This item can be shipped to North, South, or Latin America, all countries in Europe, all countries in continental Asia, Australia.