Ruby Rd. Women’s Petite Pull-On Solar Millennium Super Stretch Pant, Black, 14 Petite
Ruby Rd. Women's Petite Pull-On Solar Millennium Super Stretch Pant, Black, 14 Petite
- Flat-front pull-on pant
- 29 inch inseam
- Faux front pockets, functional back pockets
- Pull-on wide waistband with faux fly detail
A pull-on, flat front, full length pant with wide waistband to flatter the midsection. Made of soft solar millennium fabric for comfort and ease. Faux front pockets and back pocket detailing complete a fitted pant that is slimming, comfortable, and versatile
Ruby Rd. Women's Petite Pull-On Solar Millennium Super Stretch Pant, Black, 14 Petite, Ruby Rd. Child Code
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