Closeouts. A baby boot refers to a style of slim-leg pant with slight flare at the hem, and Amanda + Chelsea's Ponte pants deliver this contemporary silhouette in a soft, stretchy low rise with blue jean styling.
Reviewed by PNW stylish Grandma from Vancouver, WA on Friday, June 12, 2015
I love these pants. I had several people ask if I lost weight when I wore them. Nice work pants for me, the material is nice. The waist is a little tight on me but that is because I carry all my extra in my waist. Probably not meant for someone with heavy thighs as the legs are slim.
Reviewed by Donna from Oregon on Tuesday, November 11, 2014
61% viscose/viscose, whatever that is, but the color is true to the picture and I love the color, it's true to the description of barely boot, they feel nice and appear sturdily made and easily carried for.
Reviewed by KelliInstructor from Oregon on Wednesday, October 23, 2013
These pants are nice ponte fabric but what I didn't realize is that they are boot cut - not sure how I missed that. This means that your normal size will be tight in the hips and thighs but then loose from the knee down - not a great look, especially in a brilliant blue color. So, if you're actually wanting tight on top and looser under the knee, these will be good for you. Very comfortable, but going back.
Reviewed by Island girl. from Fox Island, WA on Monday, February 04, 2013
These are still my favorite pants, but I have to amend my review above to alert others that they do shrink a little in length. I am tall and the original length was perfect (but barely). After washing, they are too short for me. Fortunately, they still have these available, so I was able to buy another pair and will be sure to NOT dry them in the dryer.
Reviewed by Island girl. from Fox Island, WA on Thursday, January 10, 2013
The stretch in these pants makes their slim fit comfortable and gorgeous. I am retired, so no longer need great pants for work, but these would have fit the bill. I will be wearing them when I want a step up or way up from my jeans. Haven't washed them yet, but they promise to be machine-washable. A must for someone who can't justify dry-cleaning bills.