PORTER BLUE X PEOPLE OF LEISURE - Jolene Flare Vera Wash
PORTER BLUE X PEOPLE OF LEISURE - Jolene Flare Vera Wash
PORTER BLUE X PEOPLE OF LEISURE - Jolene Flare Vera Wash
PORTER BLUE X PEOPLE OF LEISURE - Jolene Flare Vera Wash

PORTER BLUE X PEOPLE OF LEISURE - Jolene Flare Vera Wash

Sale price$168
Size:23
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Size Guide

Size Chart:

Size Chart 2021

Size Equivalences:

Size Equivalences 2021

Jolene Flare Vera Wash

Discover the Jolene Flare jeans, a modern twist on the classic 70's bell bottoms. Made from upcycled cotton, these jeans embody sustainable fashion, featuring a comfortable mid-rise contour waistband and the timeless five-pocket style. Our unique Vera eco-wash process enhances their vintage appeal while emphasizing our commitment to eco-friendly practices. Reinforced belt loops and recycled hardware ensure durability, making these jeans a smart and stylish choice for the environmentally conscious.

The design of the Jolene Flare sets them apart. The super recovery stretch fabric maintains the shape and fit, ensuring lasting wear. A twisted out-seam leads to a front hem split, adding a playful edge that's perfect for showcasing your favorite footwear, from classic boots to trendy sneakers. These jeans blend retro charm with modern sustainability, ideal for making a fashion statement that's both stylish and responsible. For more similar options, see our Bottoms Collection.

Features

  • Recycled cotton fabric
  • Contoured waistband at mid-rise height
  • Classic five-pocket design
  • Produced using our Vera environmentally-friendly wash method
  • Sturdy, reinforced belt loops
  • Eco-conscious, reused hardware components

Fit Specifications 

  • Style: Mid Rise Flare
  • Material: 98% Cotton, 2% Spandex (Obtained from UpCycled Stock Fabric)
  • Rise Measurement: 9.75 inches
  • Inseam Length: 32 inches
  • Leg Opening: 21.5 inches
  • Note: Dimensions based on a size 28

Join the Revolt

With 8 percent of global greenhouse-gas emissions being produced by the apparel and footwear industry and 20 to 25 percent of globally produced chemical compounds being utilized for textile-finishing, the industry has become heavily reliant on a business model that is no longer sustainable. Not to mention, unethical. Fast fashion runs on a model that relies on paying garment workers less than minimum wage along with poor working conditions.

But there’s good news.

There’s a diverse community of change-makers in the fashion industry committed to environmental responsibility and progessive social activism. And we like to think we’re one of them. Are you ready to join us?

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