Vintage Levi's 90's 550 Relaxed Boot Bootcut Mid Rise Light Wash Jeans 10 online shopping and fashion store

Levi's 90's 550 Relaxed Bootcut Light Wash Stretch Jeans. Size 10 M and Made with a cotton blend so they have light stretch. 5 real pocket style. A light to medium wash that is faded in all the right places. Low to mid rise. Great pre loved condition, no flaws, smoke free home.

Approximate Measurements: waist: 16", rise: 9", inseam: 32"

Levi's 550 relaxed fit bootcut mom jeans

CategoryWomen, Jeans, Boot Cut
Style TagsVintage, Mom, Jeans

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