Color:Our cropped and clean-lined Fern Pant is perfect for round-the-clock wear. Made of wool canvas with a hint of stretch for a comfortable, flattering fit, this runway style is wide through the legs with a cuff at the hem. Finished with a sharp crease down the front, it’s a crisp trouser destined to become the workhorse of your fall wardrobe.
Style Number: 30141233
A great anchor for any look — it can instantly elevate a blouse or t-shirt and serve as a clean-lined counterpart for mixed print and texture on top. The cropped length is perfect for showing off heels.
DETAILS & FIT
- Stretch wool canvas.
- Relaxed fit; ankle length.
- Zipper fly with hook and button closure at center front.
- Front rise: 9.5" (23.8 cm)
- Back rise: 13" (32.6 cm)
- Inseam: 28" (70.3 cm)
- Leg opening: 22" (55.2 cm)
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Rated 5 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Biscotti Very flattering pant I have a difficult time with pants fitting appropriately because of my build. I am petite, athletic build, so I have runner's legs. I often find pants are too snug in the hips and thighs and big in waist. The fit on these are wonderful, although need hemmed. According to size chart, I would need a size 4 but opted for a 6 and glad I did. I am 5'3" 128 lbs. the waist is a little loose but when I tucked in a sweater or blouse, it was perfect. The fabric is wool but sort of a lighter woven texture. Actually much lighter weight than I expected but are very comfortable and could potentially wear 3seasons. I debated as to whether belt loops would have helped, although these have a nice flat silhouette. Love that they do not have pockets which keeps a nice clean line to the pant. Very happy with my purchase. August 26, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Michele25 Nice silhouette These pants are really modern and wearable. They are very comfortable and will look great with heeled boots and slim sweaters. Liked the black so much I ordered in navy. I'm quite small and worried about the shape but having ankles show makes it work just fine. August 23, 2014
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