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The Looker Jean in High Five by Mother Denim is a skinny fitting style that features destructed detailing on the left knee, and light fading on the thighs. They also feature whiskering along the hips. They have a low rise of 8 inches and are detailed with matte rose gold hardware. ---- FABRIC OR COMPOSITION The Mother Denim The Looker Jean in High Five are made from 91% Cotton 7% Polyester 2% Elasthane ---- SIZE AND FIT The Mother Denim The Looker Jean in High Five are true to size Rise: 9in / 22.9cm Outseam: 38.5in / 97.8cm Measurements taken from a Size 26 Model wears a Size 26 - Kate is 177cm / 5'9"
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