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These tapered suede pants take their inspiration from rodeo wear, and feature leather inserts and front pockets. Fringe detail lines the outer calf and zip vents on ankle. Hidden snap fly closure and leather tie.

*By One Teaspoon

*Dry Clean

Measurements for 8:

Waist: 32”
Hips: 36”
Rise: 10”
Inseam: 32”


Rated 1 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 1 out of 5 by I really tried! I'm a loyal Free People customer and usually love everything I order. This item wound up being a disappointment. I used the table to figure out my size since they say they are Australian sizes. I wound up ordering 3 different pairs, since Dec. 5 and none of them worked for me. I paid up front for 2 and then exchanged for the third. I did overnight shipping for the third so that was a cost I won't get back. Still haven't been credited for the 2 pairs because the return takes at least 2 weeks, even though I sent them back the day I got them but a week to ship to me, a week or so going back and then however long to process, so over $500 with tax and shipping out of my account and no suede pants. I can't rate the sizing because I don't know what I should have been, so I just gave it a "true to size". They are extremely long in the rise, which you can kind of tell from the picture but it isn't a true representation for non model shaped women. If I could fit in to a size 2 it would probably be ok but since I'm a 6 or 8 the proportions were comical on me. Plus the last pair had oil stains up the whole back leg. I hate to be negative but I'd like to save the trouble for anyone else looking at these because they do look stunning in the picture. Also, the lining isn't sewn in at the bottom so when you take them off the whole lining comes out with your leg and it's actually hard to get it back in. 12.27.2013
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