NYDJ Women’s Plus Size Barbara Bootcut Jeans, Rinse, 18W
NYDJ Women's Plus-Size Barbara Bootcut Jeans, Burbank, 18W
- Tonal-stitched bootcut jean in an iconic indigo wash with subtle hand sanding
- Classic five-pocket styling, zip fly, button closure
- Rise: 12"
- Inseam: 32.5"
- Leg opening: 19.5"
This bootcut jean has a classic boot leg opening in our slimming dark blue Burbank wash
NYDJ Women's Plus-Size Barbara Bootcut Jeans, Burbank, 18W, Not Your Daughter's Jeans Women's Collection
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