Recent Examples of hot pants from the Web
At the Balenciaga Fall 2015 show, Kardashian left little to the imagination in this white mesh dress and hot pants.
Monet X Change comes in sweeping the floor dressed as a janitor, which gives way to sparkling hot pants.
Kathleen Renda: Dust off those disco eight-tracks and hot pants.
The first two dozen looks in his show basically consisted of black drain-pipe trousers with a skimpy top and jacket and black hot pants with a skimpy top and jacket.
Despite the bitter temperatures, designer Anthony Vaccarello’s latest showing proved to be another Paris Fashion Week sensation by way of sultry silhouettes—from the leather hot pants to the thigh-skimming sequin dresses—and mile-long limbs.
And 1972 heralded the arrival of the Golden Girls, goodwill ambassadors decked out in gold-and-white hot pants.
In 2011, Beyoncé skipped the red carpet, but was snapped wearing a blazer and hot pants during the show.
The more down-market variations flaunt fishnets, kinky boots, hot pants, fur chubbies and harnesses.
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First Known Use of hot pants
HOT PANTS Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of hot pants for English Language Learners
: very short and tight shorts for women
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