The Skinny with Destroy in Abbey Roads

PID: 12807 / SKU: AU0150253A
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DESCRIPTION

This sophisticated wash is made with amazing stretch 10.7 oz denim. The beautiful bright rich cast against the authentic tacking, whiskers, and knee bursts create stunning pieces. Contrast thread, our classic red labels, and brushed pink hardware set Abbey Road apart from the standard blue jean.
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Specifications

Fit Details

Second Skin Fit, Skinny from top to bottom, Shorter Inseam for a clean look

Standard Measurements

Based on Size 28, Rise Measured from Below Waistband, Front Rise: 7 ½", Back Rise: 12", Inseam: 28", Leg Opening: 10 ¼", Model is wearing a size 26. She is: height 5’10", waist 24”, hips 34", dress 2, Measurements may vary based on size, fabric and wash, If you desire a snugger fit, or are inbetween sizes, we reccomend sizing down in all b(air) denim styles.

Fabric & Care

10.7 oz Stretch Denim, 98% cotton, 2% spandex, Machine Wash cold, Made in the USA of Imported materials

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4.0

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4.0

Love this Jeans, But....

By LisaS

from Whiteplains, NY

About Me Trendy/Stylish Dresser

Pros

  • Comfortable

Cons

  • Rips Break Easily

Best Uses

  • Casual Wear
  • Date Night/Night Out

I bought these jeans, and have wore them probably like 4 times
I love the way they fit, but the rips on one side of the jean have gotten bigger. I have not gained any weight have been the same weight since i bought them.. I guess the material on the jeans is not that good. All my jeans are 7's and never had a problem with other ripped jeans from them. Overrall, they fit good and are comfortable.

  • Sizing:
  • Feels true to size
  • Comfort vs Style:
  • Comfort Driven
  • Was this a gift?:
  • No

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