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Devoa Twist Seam Black Pants sz. 5 (silk/cotton blend)

Discussion in '2011-2017 Streetwear' started by fireflygrave, Sep 19, 2016.

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  1. fireflygrave

    fireflygrave Well-Known Member

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    Really beautiful pants from Devoa in a rare larger size. I've lost some weight and these no longer fit, or I'd never consider letting them go. My loss is your gain! The pants have a rough woven texture in deep black with fraying hems (by design). Fabric is a fairly heavy 62% silk and 38% cotton blend, lined in 100% cotton. These are definitely fall/winter pants, they're really warm, cozy, and comfortable. Each leg is cut in a spiral pattern which wraps around the wearer's leg, creating a sort of corkscrew stacking effect. Zipper fly, 4 deep pockets. Measurements below (please note that these pants are designed to be worn nearer the true waist than the hips, which accounts for the larger drop and comparatively smaller waist for a size 5).

    Laid flat measurements:

    Waist- 17.5"
    Front rise- 10.5"
    Back rise- 12"
    Inseam- 38-40" (hard to measure due to the twisting seams)
    Hem- 7.5"

    $250 shipped to the continental US, PM me if you're from elsewhere and we can discuss shipping options (these are heavy for pants). If you're in the New York area let me know and we can maybe avoid shipping entirely.
     
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