Rated 2 out of 5┬áby Annyong Almost worked for me
Like all pants manufactured since the spring of 2009, the fabric weight was too light. I just tried on several pairs of pants at Anthropologie, and the fabric weight has improved on many items, though it still feels like pantyhose compared to the normal twill of a few years ago. Denim used to hold in a belly, and fall straight on the body instead of pooling into small, unflattering wrinkles & folds. This pair is the best I've found in years, but I couldn't buy it because it was still too fitted in the knee and thigh. Hopefully design will continue to improve, and people will be stunned at how much thinner they will look in heavier fabric weights and cuts that don't show every knee tendon.
November 22, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5┬áby SydneyM Not too tight in the waist!
I'm 5'4, 36 waist, 39 hips and got these in my usual size 31 (or 12) in both the regular, to wear with heals and the petite to wear with flats, they are both perfect. They are stretchy enough to be very comfortable but a substantial weight and not clingy. The waist hit me about 2 inches below my belly button, a little higher than I normally like because I have a belly and usually find higher waists uncomfortable but these seem to fit a bit looser in the waist and are very comfortable and flattering. I love the dark color and that there are not any faded areas, these makes me feel thinner.
September 28, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5┬áby anthropologist flare jeans
I have the Pilcro Stet Slim Boot Cut jeans and wear them all the time, so I thought I'd try these. They are great too. The waist is mid rise, the denim is a little thicker than average and has a nice amount of stretch (just enough), and the fit is good/ tts. I bought the Hollywood denim, and it is medium dark with just a touch of whiskering at the hips, not really noticeable.
I like the length because I don't need to hem them but they are long enough for flats or a low heel. I went with my usual size 27.
Versatile jeans, great fit, flare that is below the knee but not overwhelming.
February 11, 2014