Freddies of Pinewood: Norma jeans in dark bluePrice 699,00 kr
High-waisted Norma jeans in classic 1950s style from Freddies of Pinewood.
Beautiful vintage style jeans perfect for a cool 1950s look named after Marilyn's famous jeans look.
A pair of nice and well-fitting high-waisted blue jeans in classic 100% cotton denim.
These high-waisted jeans have the classic lady shape with room for the thighs and slimmer down. The trousers close at the front and have nice classic seams and rivets.
There are, of course, the right rivets that belong to any classic jean, and belt loops complete the look.
The beautiful jeans fit all your vintage style blouses and shirts. These jeans are also perfect for snooping.
The material is 100% cotton, so it is the authentic jeans you get, with the perfect look, which over time will take shape according to your body.
- A must-have in any Rockabilly and pinup girl's wardrobe!
- Perfect vintage cool with our retro print t-shirts
- 1950s look a la Marilyn Monroe and Bettie Page!
Material: 100% cotton
- Note that the measurements are on the pants and not your measurements
- We recommend that you measure a pair of your favorite jeans or pants and compare with the measurements in the size guide.
- These jeans must be fitted from the start as they give way after a short time of use.
Str. Waist Hips Thigh Leg width
26 "66cm 100cm 30cm 21cm 28" 72cm 105c 31cm 22cm 30 "76cm 110cm 32cm 24cm 32" 81cm 114cm 34cm 24cm
Leg length 80/90 cm
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* Delivery time 1-3 working days
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A guide to finding your right size at Mondo Kaos
You will find a size guide on each product in the photo gallery.
Below we describe how exactly you take your measurements so that you can find out which size to buy.
First of all, be aware that most of our size guides are based on your measurements, and not the clothes. When our clothes in Mondo Kaos are created to sit close to the body, these measurements are usually largely the same as what you should expect based on your body measurements. If you would like more freedom of movement or you would like it to fit smaller, we recommend you go up a size.
How to find your goals:
If you find it difficult to measure yourself, you can possibly measure a piece of clothing that fits as you want it to. The clothes must not have stretch unless you buy other clothes with the same amount of stretch.
If you take your own body measurements, we recommend that you stand in front of a mirror, so it is easier to keep an eye on the measuring tape not sitting at an angle and that it is in the correct place.
Chest measurements: Wear your favorite bra / the bra you would use for this particular piece of clothing, and measure all the way around where you are widest.
Waist measurement: Measure your natural waist ie. where you are smallest. Be aware that our clothes are tailored with the natural waist in mind, rather than the lower waist as is the case in modern fashion. This is approx. 2 cm above the navel on the narrowest part.
Measure where the measuring tape is not pulled up or down without the target becoming larger, that is your natural waist.
Hip size: Opposite waist - where you are widest. For most people, this is not where your hip bones are, but a little further down. Try your hand at where you are widest is your hip target.
Inseam measures For trousers, stride length is often used. It is measured on the inside of the leg, from the crotch down. Or crotch height, from the crotch up to the waist.
We strongly recommend that you measure yourself before ordering. We recommend that you keep in mind that shape is more important than exact size, as certain garments will flatter different types of shapes. See our guide to body types HERE!
Variations in size: "Now I have measured, and then the clothes still do not fit!" There will sometimes be variations in the product and product measurements - in the manufacturing industry this is called 'tolerance'. This is due to many factors, including dyeing, fabric type as well as fabrication of the fabric, which batch of fabric, natural fibers may vary, placement of buttons and the specific craft. The clothes are made by people and it is measured by people and clothes of the same size when measured can vary.
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