Reviewed by luvdit from CA on Wednesday, February 26, 2014
These pants run very large in the waist and hips. I ordered my usual size, but they were about an inch too big in the waist and hips. They were also much shorter than a 33" inseam. They fit like capris in terms of length. I expected them to be loose-fitting based on the description, but they were simply too big/wide and very short.
Reviewed by SunnySD from KS on Wednesday, May 22, 2013
These are super cute, but the first pair I ordered (in my usual size) just fit my sister who wears a full size smaller. They looked so nice on her that I ordered a second pair a size up - fingers now crossed that this pair looks as good on me!
Reviewed by UnderTheCanopy from Phelps, WI on Sunday, July 15, 2012
I don't normally go for a more generous bell shape at the bottom cuff of pants, but since Carve Designs has fabulous dyed colors and quality fabrics, I tried it. But the low waist was WAY TOO REVEALING and not flattering to my size 12 form. It would be a risk bending down or over in these pants. Too bad. I loved the color.
Reviewed by Cascade Rider from Bend, OR on Tuesday, March 20, 2012
I LOVE these pants and this brand in general - I am tall and lean and they are nice and long. They are definitely a low-rise pant - I wear a belt to keep the backside where it belongs. The seam down the front of the leg adds a little extra flair and style. Yes, this is a dyed/colored jean.
Reviewed by sciteach from Fresno, CA on Friday, August 5, 2011
I bought the "coffee" and the "winter" colors in size 4. The rise on these pants is quite low, but then I'm 5'8", and I have a long torso. The "waistband" is literally 5 inches below my belly button! They button ON my hips instead of above my hips. I don't mind wearing low-rise pants for casual wear, but I bought these to wear to work. That's not going to happen unless I wear a tunic-length top with them!
However, they are very comfortable. The seaming is stylish and the fabric is a nice, lightweight denim. These could be worn year-round where I live. But beware: The "winter" is see-through, so watch your panty color!