Folabi African Print Skinny Pant with Side Stripe (Black White Tribal with Black Contrast)
Our trendy Folabi African Print Stretch Skinny Pants are the perfect pair of trousers to make any outfit pop. The colors are a vibrant black and gold mudcloth print and feature a black stripe down the side. They can be worn to the office and out on the town. Pair the pants with our matching Ogo Blazer!
- Front pockets
- Inseam Length: 28.5"
- Comfort Stretch Fabric- 72% Rayon, 24% Nylon, 4% Spandex
- Designed in the USA, Imported
Use mild detergent. Do not bleach. Wash & iron inside out. Machine wash cold. Hang to dry. Lightly iron on low heat.
Height- 5’7 | Bust- 36” |Waist- 28” | Hips- 40” | Size Small
- customer service
My favorite pattern
I love Bògòlanfini (Mali mudcloth) patterns, so I was happy to see it on the website. The stretch and comfort of the fabrics are excellent. I like that the separates in this black and white pattern can easily pair with other items in my wardrobe. I've been wearing the sweater with black jeans. It is exactly what I was looking for and I'm so happy with the pockets. The pants can be worn with the matching sweater or with a hoodie, dressed up or down, it will look great either way. Very versatile and eye-catching
These pants fit great!
I ordered the wallet for $34, before I received the item, the price is on sale for $17. I would appreciate the adjustment. I’m a regular customer and would like this considered!
Really loved the fit and style. Felt like I was measured physically and it fit just right. Husband really loved it. Would definitely buy other styles from you guys.
Update on previous review
I wanted to give an update on my previous review - the customer service team was really great on addressing my concerns and sent me a new pair of pants. The quality of course is wonderful and I got so many compliments. I love these pants. They are super comfy and the zipper stayed together this time. The only thing is the size charts for some reason don’t work for me - even after following measurements. So I just size down (unless it’s the newer chart, then I size up. Lol)