What Kind of Clothing is a "Snap"

I found a copy of an old Mari Wilson song on YouTube called “Just what I’ve always wanted,” and there is a line in there where she says,

‘A tune from Tenney, an Ashworth snap
These are the landmarks on my map’

I looked up ashworth and it appears to be a line of clothes, so what kind of clothing is a “snap”

I believe the song is referring to a photograph (“snap”) by a photographer named Ashworth, not an item of clothing.

I’m not familiar with the song, but a snap-brim fedora is sometimes called a snap.

I think romansperson is right, and she’s referring to a photograph.

I love this song! We bought the LP (yep, vinyl) when it first came out, and I think I played her killer version of “Cry Me A River” on my very first radio show. No one can wear a beehive like Mari! (but she looks very cool without it too)

Here’s the video to “Just What I’ve Always Wanted”:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hI8EeF8faGg

Here’s a Top Of The Pops performance of the song:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hWFPqGLbVa0

A strange-looking (aspect ratio-wise) but still listenable video to “Cry Me A River”:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ghfxKyDznQU

What looks to be a fan video photo montage to “Baby It’s True”:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OfNfaDiKv9o

Mari’s MySpace page:
http://www.myspace.com/mariwilson (though at the moment I can’t get this to work)