Vintage 1970s kids' plaid bell bottoms | 26" waist
BRAND / Sears
ORIGIN / NA
MATERIAL / cotton blend
CONDITION / Excellent vintage condition
SIZE / marked size 12 on tag
MEASUREMENTS / Waist - 26” / Inseam - 25” / Hips - 34”
(All measurements taken of garment lying flat)
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3-5 business days
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