The Wanderer Corduroy Flare / Whiskey & Cream
The Wanderer Corduroy Flare / Whiskey & Cream
The Wanderer Corduroy Flare / Whiskey & Cream
The Wanderer Corduroy Flare / Whiskey & Cream
The Wanderer Corduroy Flare / Whiskey & Cream
The Wanderer Corduroy Flare / Whiskey & Cream
The Wanderer Corduroy Flare / Whiskey & Cream
The Wanderer Corduroy Flare / Whiskey & Cream
The Wanderer Corduroy Flare / Whiskey & Cream
The Wanderer Corduroy Flare / Whiskey & Cream

The Wanderer Corduroy Flare / Whiskey & Cream

Sale price$138
Color:Brown
Size:24
Quantity:
In stock

Size Guide

Size Chart:

Size Chart 2021

Size Equivalences:

Size Equivalences 2021

Size Guide

Size Chart:

Size Chart 2021

Size Equivalences:

Size Equivalences 2021

Our fan favorite Retro Babe Wanderer Flare is now offered in super soft, buttery 14 wale Stretch Corduroy. This style features a high-rise contour waistband, sailor-inspired patch pockets and a belled leg opening. The fit is form fitting and snug through the waist and hips then bells out right above the knee. We embroidered our iconic sun logo on the wearer's back pocket. All of our styles offer stretch so unlike the 70's classics you can actually breathe in these. What modernizes this style is the way we shaped our leg, creating the knee break higher, what's new and different from the denim version is that we have changed the inseam to a 32" so it hits right around the ankle bone. If you have purchased the Wanderer in Denim, we recommend to size down due to the different weave and stretch of this fabric.

+ Porter Blue Apparel
+ Color: Whiskey & Cream
+ Fit: High Rise Flare
+ Rise: 11.25"
+ Inseam: 32"
+ Leg Opening: 20
(based on a size 28)

97% Cotton 3% Spandex Oeko Tex Standard 100% Certified
Denim from the Candiani Mills of Milan, Italy

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