Big Star Vintage Liv Boot Stretch Jean$148.00 Item #17017VWLIVZPA
- Low rise zip fly stretch jean
- Slightly fitted through the hip and thigh
- Slimmer knee
- 18" bottom opening
- Faux leather applique on back pockets
- Hand sanding, whiskering, dremmeling and cuts with fill yarn details
- Leather Big Star label on back
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- 94% Cotton, 5.5% Polyester, 0.5% Spandex.
- Machine wash cold with like colors, inside out to retain colors. Do not bleach. Tumble dry low. Warm iron if needed.
- This quality denim has been hand finished for a unique, individual look. It will wear like your old favorite jeans, with each hole and tear continuing to destruct over time. We hope you love the vintage appearance and comfort of wearing jeans that have the look and feel of years of wear. Thanks for making the Buckle your denim destination.
- Made in China.
This regular fit bootcut jean is slightly fitted through the hip and thigh.
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angie Love these jeans, super cute, only thing is they run a little big so either order a size down or just dry them all the way February 18, 2013
Cute... These are definitely cute, but not entirely original. My first pair of Big Stars had a similar pocket. HOWEVER. The wash on these is very unique for big star. It's kind of dirty looking, which I like. The hole at the top is closed up pretty good on some pairs, and on some people it looks a little gapping.I DID NOT go down a size in these, which I typically do in Big Star. And, as I wore them, they did not stretch, but they were comfortable from the beginning. These do sit low on my butt (and the same goes for most people that I've seen them on), which is atypical for Big Star. Usually they really look good. These are pretty slim through the knee, but a great jean for flats and sandals.Oh, and the length - these actually run pretty long. I usually always have to buy and XL in Big Star, because the longs are right at my foot. The XLs I have to cuff, but better that than too short. These were PLENTY long in the long length! January 29, 2013
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