Tap dancing in L’Officiel Russia

We’ve seen tons of examples of hot pants in magazine shoots, but not so many of tap pants, the trend’s daintier cousin. This shoot in L’Officiel Russia has both.

Personally I adore tap pants as a trend: they’re soft, flattering, lingerie-inspired and still revealing enough to be sexy, although they can look like you’ve accidentally left the house in your pyjamas if you’re not careful.

Tap pants in L'Officiel Russia

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Barbara Palvin: L'Officiel Russia March 2010
Barbara Palvin: L'Officiel Russia March 2010
Barbara Palvin: L'Officiel Russia March 2010
Barbara Palvin: L'Officiel Russia March 2010
Barbara Palvin: L'Officiel Russia March 2010
Barbara Palvin: L'Officiel Russia March 2010
Barbara Palvin: L'Officiel Russia March 2010
Barbara Palvin: L'Officiel Russia March 2010
Barbara Palvin: L'Officiel Russia March 2010
Barbara Palvin: L'Officiel Russia March 2010
Barbara Palvin: L'Officiel Russia March 2010
Barbara Palvin: L'Officiel Russia March 2010
Barbara Palvin: L'Officiel Russia March 2010
Barbara Palvin: L'Officiel Russia March 2010
Barbara Palvin: L'Officiel Russia March 2010

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