Shiny shiny shiny superpink high waist straight leg pants that are to die for, so 1970s, so disco. These have a zip fly and button, not snap, high waist, no front pockets, two small patch pockets on the butt. They're a size 8, but run smaller, see the measurements: more like a 4, and there's not as much give as you'd think. No faults.
Measurements: waist 26", hip 36", rise 11", inside leg 35"
STORY: Pink pants from early Liz Clairborne --when she was amazing. They're really long. Again, like the gold ones here, they're the original knocked off by American Apparel, so flattering and comfortable. And again: I'm only getting rid of them because I have other pairs. Plural.
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