Eve Faded Stretch Jean

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Eve Faded Stretch Jean

$132
$21 Gilt
Size (Waist):
Women's Denim
Waist Wm US Waist (cm)
23 00 58.5
24 00 60.5
25 0 63.5
26 2 66
27 4 68.5
28 6 71
29 8 74
30 10 76
31 12 79
32 14 81
33 16 84
34 18 86
  • 24
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    Wm US 00
    Waist (cm) 60.5
  • 25
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    Wm US 0
    Waist (cm) 63.5
  • 26
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    Wm US 2
    Waist (cm) 66
  • 27
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    Wm US 4
    Waist (cm) 68.5
  • 28
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    Wm US 6
    Waist (cm) 71
  • 29
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    Wm US 8
    Waist (cm) 74
  • 30
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    Wm US 10
    Waist (cm) 76
Color:
faded stretch
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Description
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Stretch low rise straight leg jean with classic five pocket design, slight whiskering, fading and embroidered squiggle design at back pocket. Zip fly with button closure. 35 inch inseam with 6½ inch rise. Measurements were taken from a size 26. Model's height is 5 feet 10 inches; bust 33 inches; waist 24 inches; hips 35 inches.

Material: 99 percent cotton, 1 percent elastane shell.

Brand: WeSC

Origin: Imported

Short for WeAretheSuperlativeConspiracy, WeSC emerged from Stockholm’s late-'90s skateboarding and music scene. Aimed at “intellectual slackers,” as the brand puts it, WeSC arrived in the States in the mid-2000s — enlisting skaters, scenesters, DJs, actors, and other “WeActivists” to promote the brand. The invasion was successful. Now WeSC often feels more like a well-turned-out social clique than a clothing company, but its apparel — think logo-emblazoned T-shirts, polka-dotted shoes, plaid wool men’s jackets, and classic women’s denim shorts — can be quite, what’s the word...superlative. In recent years WeSC has ventured into the audio accessories market, designing headphones and earbuds known just as much for their bright colors as for their crisp, clear sound.