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You have found an authentic Lila Bath bathing suit from the 1960s! Ms. Bath was a distinguished couturier out of Mexico and dressed many a Hollywood star. This rare and ultra cute two piece is cut out of an ethnic print in black, red, and ivory tones and features a top that is a demure shell with wide shoulder straps straps that button with a coin button outside on either side of the collar bones. There is also a coin button at rear back where there is a band stretching for closure.
The shorts are high waisted and zip up the back and are cut low down the thigh in the iconic, vintage fashion. Both top and bottom interiors are lined in a soft, black cotton with the lining of the panties bearing elastic at the leg holes.

Ride your bike to the beach in timeless, vintage style!

Lila Bath tag is sewn into the interior of the panties, at rear.
Very good condition, but there are two small sections on the interior lining of the bottoms, at the left leg hole that bear small rips. Easily mended, but never visible when worn.

brand: Lila Bath Original, Acapulco
material: cotton
size on tag: vintage 14 (modern 8)
fits like: modern 6

shoulders: 14"
bust: 34" if flat, but has ample cups and lots of stretch, of course!
length: 13"

waist: 26"
hips: 36"
length: 13" from top of waist to bottom of crotch.
-All measurements are taken from front with the garment fastened. Please take stretch into account!

*headscarf and sunglasses are for photography purposes only.

Vintage 1960s Lila Bath Swimsuit Bikini in Ethnic Print Red Black w/Coin Buttons


  • Vintage item from the 1960s
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