NYDJ Women’s Plus Size Marilyn Straight Leg Jeans, Cooper, 16W
NYDJ Women's Plus Size Marilyn Straight Leg Jeans, Cooper, 16W
- NYDJ exclusive lift tuck technology that makes you look and feel one size smaller
- We suggest to select one size smaller for the perfect fit
- Rise: 12, inseam 32.5, knee: 18, leg opening: 17
A NYDJ iconic style, the Marilyn straight features light hand sanding and whickering for an authentic denim look. Designed with our legendary lift tuck technology, you get a figure flattering fit. Our patented crisscross panel design flattens and tucks in front and lifts in the back so you'll look and feel one size smaller. With classic five-pocket styling, zip fly with button closure and clean back pockets.
NYDJ Women's Plus Size Marilyn Straight Leg Jeans, Cooper, 16W, NYDJ Women's Collection
|Current Price||$119.00||August 18, 2018|
|Highest Price||$119.00||August 11, 2018|
|Lowest Price||$119.00||August 11, 2018|
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