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The Bachelorette Episode 7: JoJo’s Amazing Suede Gaucho Pants Are on Sale

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I’m sure a few things happened on last night’s episode of The Bachelorette. Sure, there was James Taylor (real name) stuffing a plate full of French fries into his mouth in an inexplicable attempt to impress JoJo, and subsequently a 45-minute montage of his tears when that inevitably failed. But none of them mattered as much as a pair of pants so glorious they caused noted curmudgeon Alex to tell JoJo, "You look like something out of like, a Ralph Lauren ... model ... uh ... magazine."

To be fair, he was mostly correct, if a little confused — it did look like an ad for Ralph Lauren Romance. While on a gaucho ranch in Argentina, JoJo and Alex rode horses during a particularly beautiful sunset:

Which eventually evolved into a weird horse-spooning session:

The pants in question are Frame Denim’s Le Flare De Francoise, and great news — they’re on sale at Neiman Marcus for $367, down from $1,049. Here they are on non-JoJo:

Against all odds, this wasn’t even JoJo’s only brown, suede, and arguably inappropriate-for-the-situation item on last night’s episode. Later in the date, she wore a pair of Kristin Cavallari (!!!!!!!!!!!) brown suede thigh-high stiletto boots, which Twitter users pointed out were not ideal for walking down a muddy path (nor for breaking up with someone, tbh).

Regardless, they’re available at Zappos for $269:

In other news, Chase still has one face. Stay tuned for next week’s hometown visits, which will likely involve even more fabrics in inappropriate environs.