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Capri Pants ("capris") are a style of pants usually worn in warm weather. They are designed to end mid-calf or just below the calf. Though capri pants are most popular with women, they have become popular among men[dubious ĘC discuss] in many countries, especially in Europe and Latin America. They have recently begun to be worn by young and middle-aged men in urban areas of the United States.
Capri pants were first designed by European fashion designer, Sonja de Lennart, in 1948 and they became popular in the United States during the 1960s, largely due to the influence of the popular television series The Dick Van Dyke Show. The character of Laura Petrie, the young housewife played by Mary Tyler Moore, caused a fashion sensation ĘC and some mild controversy ĘC by wearing snug-fitting capri pants during the show's run. After a drop in popularity during the 1970s through the 1990s (though Uma Thurman wore them in Pulp Fiction), capri pants again became a dominant trend during the 2000s.
Common shoes worn with capris are ballet flats and mary janes, as well as sneakers like Keds. Spanish tennis player Rafael Nadal wore capri pants in the majority of his matches before 2009.
The pants' name originated from the Italian isle of Capri, where they were first made popular in the late 1950s and early 1960s.