Shakti Lace Tuxedo Crops

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Rated 4 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by The pants fit a little straighter in the leg than I would like. I was hoping for more of a wide leg look. The waist seems a little big, or maybe it is just not suppose to sit at the natural waist. The only problem with it sitting lower at the waist is that the crouch area hangs down a little lower than I think it should, so it looks like the pants are too big but they are not because I got a 4 and a 2 would have been too small in the leg area. Also, the band at the waist is not solid black, it's more of a black/white stripe, so it looks grayish from a distance. They must have used some sort of belt in the picture. I think it looks better with the solid black band. June 7, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Beautiful, but not for me This Pair of pants is quite beautiful and comfortable. The reason I am returning it, is because I have a bit of a belly (slight bukge) and the pleat on each side of the waist line pulls the crotch up into an unflattering line. The Color is also closer to beige gold than bronze as in the picture and the waistband is not a solid black. It looks cheap unless you put a black sash on it. I think this would look better on a Caucasian or African American woman. It looks more like pajamas on me than a chic pair of pants it was meant to be. July 21, 2013
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BLACK MOTIF Style #:26109520 Parsons grad Jen Kao is continually inspired by the contrast between architectural construction and fluid draping, which informs her design philosophy of "easy dramatics." Kao's affinity for experimenting with shape, detail, color and pattern has earned her raves, and her Anthropologie-exclusive collection, Mah Na Mah Na, is steeped in all of the above. We love the versatility of these lacy slims - they can be paired with a crisp white blouse or a drapey tank, but we love them most paired with their matching top for an updated take on the suit. Shakti Lace Tuxedo Crops