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The Lenore Tap Shorts yield a meticulous strategy for an uncompromised, thorough panties hug. The tap shorts feature a mild cheeky effect, vertical topstitched detail at the front with tiny openings at the edge, and midrise waistline surrounded with downy trim.

textiles: fair trade hemp/organic cotton, low impact dye with your choice from the color palette, black lingerie trim

shown here with the Fauna Fingerless Gloves

If you covet the benefits of supplemental, detachable garter straps to the Lenore Tap Shorts:
Demeter Detachable Garter Straps 3/4 inch
Luna Detachable Garter Straps 3/8 inch

Please refer to the size guide below and find your most comfortable fit. If you are between sizes, I recommend sizing up. If you have questions, send a message for assistance in acquiring the appropriate size.
(measurements in inches)
bust 32-33, waist 23-24, hip 32-34
bust 34-35, waist 25-26, hip 35-36
bust 36-37, waist 28-30, hip 37-38
bust 38-39, waist 31-32, hip 39-40
bust 40-41, waist 33-34, hip 41-43

This tap short is hand dyed and made to your order. Under The Root designs are ethically handcrafted in Seattle, United States.

A short form of Eleanor. This was the name of the departed love for the narrator in Edgar Allan Poe's poem The Raven, 1845. The name has a very sensitive nature, although does not always allow emotions to show on the outside. A lover of harmony and symmetry, a real aesthete, and often influenced by family.

Lenore Tap Shorts



  • Handmade item
  • Materials: fair trade hemp and organic cotton, low impact dye, black lingerie trim
  • Made to order
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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