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Ann Mashburn Skinny 5-Pocket Jean

Indigo Stretch Denim
$195

 

 WaistHip
24 23 - 24" 33 - 34"
25 24 - 25” 34 - 35”
26 25 - 26” 35 - 36”
27 27 - 28” 36 - 37”
28 27 - 28” 37 - 38”
29 28 - 29” 38 - 39”
30 29 - 30” 39 - 40”
31 30 - 31” 40 - 41”
32 31 - 32” 41 - 42”

We’ve tried to make it easy for you, so please note that the above numbers refer to your own body measurements, and not actual garment measurements.

If you have more questions & need help finding your best size, please give us a call at 1-855-MASHBURN — we’ve tried everything on, and we’d really love to help.

 

 WaistHip
24 23 - 24" 33 - 34"
25 24 - 25” 34 - 35”
26 25 - 26” 35 - 36”
27 27 - 28” 36 - 37”
28 27 - 28” 37 - 38”
29 28 - 29” 38 - 39”
30 29 - 30” 39 - 40”
31 30 - 31” 40 - 41”
32 31 - 32” 41 - 42”

We’ve tried to make it easy for you, so please note that the above numbers refer to your own body measurements, and not actual garment measurements.

If you have more questions & need help finding your best size, please give us a call at 1-855-MASHBURN — we’ve tried everything on, and we’d really love to help.

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Our jeans started with a straight-leg, and then we added a cropped flare, but this is our very first pair of skinny jeans, made with the same approach as the originals. No high-tech fabric compositions, no fussy back pocket stitching, no magic seaming that promises to shrink you by whole sizes... just a classic pair of dark-wash jeans that makes you look like a better, more pulled-together version of yourself. They're made in Los Angeles just like our men's ones, out of gutsy Cone Mills stretch denim.

The Specs

  • Cone Mills stretch denim
  • 89% cotton/8% polyester/3% elastane
  • 5-pocket style
  • zip fly
  • mid rise
  • 9.75" rise
  • 30" inseam
  • 10" leg opening
  • (measurements taken from size 27)
  • USA
  • machine wash cold, hang dry
  • model is 5'6" and wearing a size 25

Keep in Mind

With any true indigo fabric, there’s a risk of color transfer, where a little blue makes its way to light-colored fabrics or your skin. This is called crocking, and it usually comes out in the washing machine or the shower, respectively! It’s inherent to natural indigo dye, and it’s part of what makes those garments fade so beautifully. Still, for the first few wears, we recommend laundering separately and staying away from light-colored upholstery.

More Questions?

We'd love to help. Speak with our Customer Experience Team at 1-855-MASHBURN, or contact us here. For reference, you are viewing item S51209