Pleated Culottes, Lost + Wander
Pleated Culottes, Lost + Wander (Unknown)
Pleated Culottes, Lost + Wander (Unknown)
Pleated Culottes, Lost + Wander
Pleated Culottes, Lost + Wander

Pleated Culottes, Lost + Wander

Regular price $49.00
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These pants are literally the best color (yummy 70s-esque mustard,) the best fabric (looks like linen but is soft like rayon,) and also the best cut (mid/high-rise with a gentle wide leg.) What is there not to love?? They can also support a bunch of different vibes. Put them under a dress or tunic + berks for an edgy, hip, chill look. Pair them with a navy striped top and clean sneaks to work the like, modern french/sailor thing? Add a button-up and blazer and go to work. Whatever you do, do it To Be You. Waist: 30 inches, Hip: 42 inches, Inseam: 25 inches.

all products sold on Thrift Collective are secondhand. Thrift Collective is a growing community of a variety of thrift stores, consignment boutiques, and sustainable secondhand sources

 

  • waist: 31 inches

    inseam: 25.88 inches

    outseam: 38 inches

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