Cropped Dress Pant, Jules & Leopold (Unknown)
Cropped Dress Pant, Jules & Leopold
Cropped Dress Pant, Jules & Leopold (Unknown)

Cropped Dress Pant, Jules & Leopold

Regular price $25.00

*Rubs hands together, widens eyes, takes a deep inhale* THESE PANTS F**KIN ROCK. They straight up look like dress/work slacks, but feel like tech-sporty leggings. As you might imagine if you know me (or will begin to learn if you don’t,) anything that is comfy, floral, paisley, and jewel or earth-toned gets a pass in my book. These pants are all of those things? We should be outraged. With a rise that isn't too high or too low and no cumbersome fly, these pants were made for sitting and standing and walking and overall existing, sans discomfort. Fabric is generously stretchy. Waist: 30 inches, Hip: 35 inches, Length: 26.5 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: 29.13 inches

    inseam: 26.25 inches

    outseam: 36.63 inches

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