Miss Me Cross Straight Stretch Jean
- Lowrise zip fly stretch jean
- Slim fit that is straight through the hip and thigh
- 14" bottom opening
- Faux leather cross applique on back pockets
- Hand sanding, tacking, grinding and dremmeling details
- Leather Miss Me label on back
- 98% Cotton, 2% Elastane.
- Machine wash separately in cold water. Wash inside out. Do not bleach. Tumble dry low. Remove promptly. 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 abrasion continuing to wear 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.
Sorry, this item is currently unavailable
Select styles are available for special orders. To check for special order availability,
please submit your request below. We will process your request and notify you via email
with the updated status of this item. Merchandise is not guaranteed. Shipping charges will
apply with special orders.
The information you provide below is for this product request only. It will not be added to our marketing database.
Miss Me Cross Straight Stretch Jean 2 2
just not the same I have only bought Miss Me jeans for the past 4 years at least 30 pair, yes I love them that much . BUT...The 2 pair I just bought are way to big? yet same size as usual & the fabric & quality was not so great to say the least!?! Cheeper looking. They are the type that grow bigger as the day goes on, YUCK. I hope they haven't lowered their standards on all their stuff as many companies do after a while. I keep high heat drying in hopes of a possible big time shrinkage lol March 21, 2013
My fav Miss Me's These are my favorite because they're a little tighter around the bum - the design with leather is amazing & the compliments don't stop coming!! February 9, 2012
Fabricated material (leather, fur, etc.) or a non-functioning fashion detail (pocket, drawstring, etc.).
A decoration or ornament, as in needlework, made by cutting pieces of one material and applying to the surface of another.
A gentle grinding process done by hand that uses a fine grain abrasive to remove small amounts of surface material.
A technique that folds layers of fabric and holds it together using a plastic 'tack'. When the tacks are undone, a pattern of light and dark is revealed.
A process used to break yarns in a fabric to create holes or tears.
Heavy 'nick' marks made with a dremmel tool to accomplish a worn appearance.