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Gloria Vanderbilt Women’s Plus Size Amanda Skimmer Short, Coral Dahlia 18W

Added on August 22, 2019 inColored Shorts

The # 1 selling women’s jean in America in a skimmer! Amanda skimmer short with functional five pocket styling, contoured through hips and thighs, stops just below the knee and sits at natural waistline, for that comfort fit you’ve come to love. Effortlessly fun and stylish that goods well with any fashion top or footwear

The # 1 selling women’s jean in America in a skimmer! Amanda skimmer short with functional five pocket styling, contoured through hips and thighs, stops just below the knee and sits at natural waistline, for that comfort fit you’ve come to love. Effortlessly fun and stylish that goods well with any fashion top or footwear making it a must have wardrobe summer staple. A versatile yet classic look that attracts and connects with the modern sensibility of consumers of all ages.

Product Features

  • Color coral dahlia is a medium orange shade made in a stretch twill fabric for comfortable movement with maximum recovery
  • Classic rise that sits at natural waist for that perfect fit feeling Everytime
  • Functional five pocket styling, contoured through hips and thighs and stops just below the knee for that comfort fit you’ve come to love.
  • Effortlessly fun and stylish that goods well with any fashion top or footwear making it a must have wardrobe summer staple.
  • Skimmer has a 17 inch inseam

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Comments

Anonymous says:

Great fit!

Anonymous says:

Not as pictured, on me These were a sturdy and well-made pant, but they were far longer than skimmer-length on me. I have been looking for skimmers for a few years because capris are too long – they hit me at mid-calf, which is the widest part of my leg, and it makes me look stumpy – and these pants came down to mid-calf on me also. Also, in other pants/jeans I’m either 10 or 12; I ordered 12, and they were pretty snug. So, although I was hoping to find a good pair of skimmers for summer, this is not it. Perhaps…

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