Rated 4 out of 5Â by MUS3 Works for curvy girls too
I bought these pants a few weeks ago, have worn them twice, and have found to be very comfortable--even while up, down, and running around teaching elementary kids all day. They will wrinkle at the bend in your leg, but I think it's worth it for a light, summer pant that fits, flatters, and allows you to move.
I am usually a size 10 in pants, 5'7 165 lbs and carry my weight in the hips/butt/thigh region, so I am always skeptical about flimsy, lightweight pants. However, these work for me. Will be wearing them all spring and summer.
April 4, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5Â by tster comfort and style
i am wearing these for the third time and i really like the drape and feel of these. i think these will be part of the spring/summer rotation. i am 5'1" and 108 lbs and curvy. these are very flattering. the pockets are nice and the length in the regular is perfect for my height. (buy petite if you want them real cropped) i bought the 4 even though i though i thought i would need the 2. they are just right and have not bagged out with wear. will probably dry clean to keep the nice shape. not cheap looking. i wear with a sweatshirt that has a little gold thread running through it and it is comfy and stylish
March 10, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5Â by reneew Soft, Comfy and Stylish Pants
These pants are certainly soft and comfy, but I am not convinced that the fabric will hold up well. The cuff on the bottom, for example, has trouble staying rolled due to the flimsy material. I imagine that it would wrinkle easily.
FYI: 5'3", no hips, short waist - I would normally take a 4/6 in a pant (27/28), and the 4 was pretty big. I could pull the pant on without unbuttoning or unzipping, and so I wonder if it wouldn't become too loose with wear. I have no hips, as I mentioned, and my legs are slim. I am a runner. The waistband came to just below my belly button, so these don't have too low rise of a rise. I am short, but the pants fell just as they do on the model in the photo.
The color, though, is something else. It looks more fatigue green in person. Think of a brighter version of an army green.
I haven't ruled these out, though, because they are so soft and comfy. And, they are certainly in style right now. Maybe.
March 7, 2014