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Hello my name is Lizzie, I’m your commodity consultant for today.
Wow, these hot pants are the pinnacle of all a good pair of hot pants should be.
I've been doing some research and this is what I've found,
Firstly, I've found a song called I Won't Take A Chance/ She Wore The Coolest Hot Pants by Billy Vance you should check out next time you wear your hot pants, here is the link -http://www.45cat.com/record/452585452586
I'm not sure your rainbow unicorn hot pants can be beaten however, I might design mine to be knitted, they might keep me warmer! I think probably purple with neon yellow trim and maybe some bells, to add to the groove. I have found a link to a vintage 70s knit your own hot pants pattern if you fancy giving it ago? Here is the link - https://uk.pinterest.com/pin/207869339020707381/
Also your hot pants look vintage, are they? here's a link to check out some 1960s and 1970s hot pants photographs if you are interested -http://www.vintag.es/2014/09/hotpants-of-1960s-70s.html
On a more general note I've found out that most 1970s hot pants were made of polyester (http://www.retrowaste.com/1970s/fashion-in-the-1970s/). Here is a bit more information about the history of polyester if you are interested - http://www.whatispolyester.com/history.html and http://www.madehow.com/Volume-2/Polyester.html
Your rainbow unicorn hot pants have really got me intrigued,
Do you know who made these? Did you make them?
What material are they?
I feel they must have some good stories to tell,
Thank you for your excellent question,