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Black stretchy skinny ankle jean
Contemporaine Black Black stretchy skinny ankle jean for women
Contemporaine Black Black stretchy skinny ankle jean for women
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Contemporaine

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Black stretchy skinny ankle jean

Can$89.00

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Style: 216-12864-173011
Contemporaine exclusive
  • A trendy essential that will find a place in any wardrobe
  • Vertical and horizontal stretch denim that keeps its shape all day long
  • Ankle-length, skinny leg
  • 5-pocket design
  • Inseam length: 30"


The size of the item pictured is 4

Composition

  • 83% cotton
  • 15% polyester
  • 2% elastane

Washing Instructions

Machine Wash

Do not bleach

Wring out and hang to dry

Do not iron or press

Size chart

Size chart

Reviews and comments (2)

This was a replacement product because I bought a pair of these and the zipper was broken after one use. These used to be good, along with many of your products, and used to last, but for a while now your products have gotten cheaper while your prices increase. It is very disappointing. I know you are using factories in different counties now (like India) and the fabric, dye, and the way they are made is extremely cheap. Many of your products now get holes in them after a few wears, and are expensive. This is ridiculous. I don't really trust simons as much any more. I'm wary of expensive purchases because I know they won't last. I'm wary of cheaper things because I know they definitely won't last. I am a longtime customer who used to buy many things are your stores and tell others about how great simons was. I can't do this anymore. I don't have the money to buy expensive clothes (that aren't worth it) that rip and tear and fade very quickly. I will pay for quality, but that is no longer synonymous with simons. A further complaint is that your sizes are ridiculous. Coinciding with the low quality fabric and way the clothes are made (so, when you chose to make clothes in different countries and factories that don't care about quality), was also when your sizing started to make little sense. I have these black jeans in size 12, 14, and 16 and there is little difference in the actual size. Why is this? Many of your clothes could not fit actual Quebeckers or Canadians, but rather cold only fit a starving model and some tiny Chinese people. Western people are bigger, and your sizes don't reflect that. Not everyone is in the best shape of their lives; and, if a woman dares to have any muscle on her body than she won't fit into your clothes. I thought simons had different principles. Supporting women, making quality clothes, making sizes that fit real people, not body-shaming people, making clothing well and ethically, supporting Canadian manufacturing, etc, but it appear

Rachel 6 January 2021

Fits true to size...wish they were a bit longer for winter

Anonymous 6 November 2019