Silver Jeans Co. Women’s Plus Size Suki Curvy Fit Mid Rise Straight Leg, Vintage Dark Wash with Lurex Stitch, 14×30
Silver Jeans Co. Women's Plus Size Suki Curvy Fit Mid Rise Straight Leg, Vintage Dark Wash with Lurex Stitch, 18x30
- Curvy fit from waist to hip
- Mid rise
- Relaxed hip and thigh
- Straight leg
- N: 30 and 32
Designed specifically for curvy body types, suki features a comfortable mid rise, relaxed fit through the hip and thigh and classic straight leg.
Silver Jeans Co. Women's Plus Size Suki Curvy Fit Mid Rise Straight Leg, Vintage Dark Wash with Lurex Stitch, 18x30, Silver Jeans Co.
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