Out Here Judy Blue Relaxed Fit Jeans
Out Here Judy Blue Relaxed Fit Jeans
Out Here Judy Blue Relaxed Fit Jeans
Out Here Judy Blue Relaxed Fit Jeans
Out Here Judy Blue Relaxed Fit Jeans
Out Here Judy Blue Relaxed Fit Jeans
Out Here Judy Blue Relaxed Fit Jeans
Out Here Judy Blue Relaxed Fit Jeans
Out Here Judy Blue Relaxed Fit Jeans
Out Here Judy Blue Relaxed Fit Jeans
Out Here Judy Blue Relaxed Fit Jeans
Out Here Judy Blue Relaxed Fit Jeans

Out Here Judy Blue Relaxed Fit Jeans

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Trust us when we tell you, these pictures do not do these jeans justice in the slightest! We saw these on Judy Blue's website prior to going to Vegas Market and they did not catch our eye. However, when we were browsing the racks of jeans in Vegas, these gave us heart eyes! With a medium wash, a relaxed fit, a high waist, and the cutest JB embroidered front pocket, we knew these would be perfect for our fall sneakers and shackets! They have a raw hemline, so if you need to make the inseam shorter, you can easily cut them! They run true to size with great stretch! 

92% COTTON,7% POLYESTER,1% SPANDEX

Rise: 10.5"
Inseam: 28"

 

HOW TO SHORTEN YOUR INSEAM
  1. Try your jeans on WITH SHOES so you know exactly where you want to cut. Adjust until you like them, and then mark the spot with an ink pen or by snipping a tiny slit right where you will want to cut them.
  2. Once you know the length you want, you will want to button your jeans and fold them neatly in half.
  3. Lay them on a flat surface and smooth them out so the hems on both legs are lined up straight.
  4. Fold the bottom leg under and out of the way. (You will cut the one on top first.)
  5. Start cutting a straight line USING A SHARP SCISSORS (SHARP, we mean it) across the marked spot. 
  6. Then you unfold the bottom leg, smooth them out to make sure they’re even, and cut the bottom leg, using the top leg as a guide.
  7. Try them on again to be sure you like them. You can always cut more off, so it’s best to err on the side of caution.
  8. To fray the hemline up,  you can use your scissors to snip small cuts along the edges and use your fingers to start the fraying, but that really isn’t necessary unless you want to wear them right away. Washing/drying them will help fray them up even more!