Mother The High Waisted Looker in Dropping Out  Style no. 1221-775-DOU 94.5% Cotton, 4% Polyester,1.5% Elasthane 10" Rise, 29" Inseam. 10" leg opening
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Mother  The High Waisted Looker in Dropping Out

Mother The High Waisted Looker in Dropping Out

Mother

Regular price $248.00 Sale

Mother Denim's best selling High Waisted Looker skinny in classic light blue denim wash with a figure-flattering 10" rise. This instant classic jean features slit rips at the knees for an extra added edgy detail.  These jeans have an extra tightness in the cotton. Great tight fit. 

  • Style no. 1221-775-DOU
  • 94.5% Cotton, 4% Polyester, 1.5% Elastane
  • 10" Rise, 29" Inseam. 10" leg opening
  • About MOTHER:


    The denim icons at the quintessential label MOTHER are known for an innovative approach to super-soft fabrics that offers wear-all-day comfort. Crafted in LA in a range of modern fits meant for all types of women, their sassy named silhouettes: The Dropout, The Runaway, and The Looker, to name just a few - gained them a solid following from the modern-day woman and a reputation of the standout jeans. 

    Famous for its saucy disposition, model cult following, and super-soft fabrics, the boutique made-in-L.A. brand is unique for its genius in keeping an indie spirit while still offering fits and washes that appeal to a wide range of body types. Guided by spontaneity, MOTHER has grown into a lifestyle brand with 4 yearly collections expanding across denim, sportswear, outerwear, and accessories. The brand evokes the memories and experiences of growing up in California in the 70s – what you were wearing, what you were doing and who you were getting in trouble with. It reflects the freedom to be unfiltered, brazen and above all amusing. 

    What's With The Name? 

    The name MOTHER plays off the idea of duality - it can be nurturing or a cuss. It evokes unconditional love and teenage rebellion all at the same time. The brand’s attitude and collections always present a juxtaposition of hard and soft.