Rated 5 out of 5┬áby MaryinNY I was able to order petite sizes over the phone even though they are not posted on the website. I ordered both 25P and 26P and 25P fits tighter than 26P and tighter than 25 regular (which is always the Pilcro size I wear if petite sizing is unavailable). To tuck in heavier tops, 26P would be better. Some of the Pilcro petite denims and pants are cut much smaller than the regular sizes such that I (5'4" 105lbs) needed to size up one to two sizes. The cords are soft, warm, and well made. The navy colour is a satuated saphire blue -- not like some navy colour that's dull.
August 2, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5┬áby 143Anthropologie bright navy - great pants!
I love the pilcro brand and especially the slim boot cut jeans so I was very happy to see that Anthro brought out cords this year. The navy is very bright as an earlier reviewer noted, and that makes them stand out a little more than say, your standard navy cords. I find the waist on pilcro pants to run a little big and the thighs to be cut a little narrow. I typically wear a 31 and these were no different. However, I did try on the 30s and would have gone with them but the fit in the thighs was just a little too snug. If you are on the cusp of sizes you may want to take note. Also, these really are 33 inches long (as opposed to my slim boot cut jeans which are closer to 34 or 35) so if you are tall and hoping to wear with heels, you're likely out of luck.
August 14, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5┬áby Jazzdjo Pilcro Brand is the Best!
I love the Pilcro Stet bootcut! I have the jeans and these fit similar. Snug thru the bottom, thighs and legs but not so tight that you cannot breathe. I have skinny legs and a flat bottom....I need the snug fit so I don't have that droopy drawers effect. These cords are substantial and are perfect for the Fall and Winter. I have the blue and the color is a very jewel tone blue...its beautiful! I took this pair in a Size 28....I have a 25" waist, 35" hips...I am 5' 8" and do not need to hem these pants. Another big plus...YEA!
August 6, 2012