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Ceres Ladies Cord Stretch Jeans

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Hoggs of Fife ladies cord trousers

Here at Cherry Tree Country Clothing, we are delighted to bring you the Hoggs of Fife Ceres Ladies Cord Stretch Jeans!

These comfy cord jeans are produced with a slight stretch content, making them a real joy to wear.  In addition, the ribbed surface means that they are both practical and durable whilst being smart enough to wear for many different occasions.

A very worthwhile investment that certainly won't disappoint!

Key features at a glance:

  • 98% cotton, 2% elastane 300gsm
  • 24 wale coduroy construction
  • Rivets at key areas for durability
  • Metal fly zip
  • 5 pocket construction
  • Machine washable at 30 Centigrade

Sizes: 8S to 20S/ 8R to 20R

Colour: Smokey Grey, Merlot, Midnight Navy







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