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Vintage America Petite Boho Straight Leg Jeans

Web Id: P000281232

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      reg. $59.50
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      Casual and comfortable, these jeans by Vintage America offer an embroidered graphic on the back pockets and classic solid design.

      • Imported
      • Zip-fly
      • Straight Leg
      • Back Pocket Embroidery
      • Basic 5 Pocket
      • Machine Wash
      • Tumble Dry
      • Cotton
      • Polyester
      • Spandex
      • Denim
      • Mid-Rise
      • Straight-Fit
      • Stretch
      • 32 inseam
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      • Size 2 Petite, Color RINSE BLUE, UPC 612862966235 , Price $35.70
      • Size 4 Petite, Color RINSE BLUE, UPC 612862966242 , Price $35.70
      • Size 8 Petite, Color RINSE BLUE, UPC 612862966266 , Price $35.70
      • Size 10 Petite, Color RINSE BLUE, UPC 612862966204 , Price $35.70
      • Size 12 Petite, Color RINSE BLUE, UPC 612862966211 , Price $35.70
      • Size 14 Petite, Color RINSE BLUE, UPC 612862966228 , Price $35.70
      Rated 3 out of 5 by 1reviewer.
      Rated 3 out of 5 by This are "skinny" jeans Love Vintage America clothing and these jeans fit well, but I will be returning them because they fit like "skinny" jeans. I don't like my jeans to feel like leggings and I didn't see them described as such. They were simply described as "straight leg." March 29, 2014
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