Reviewed by Grunge Barbie from Raleigh, NC on Sunday, September 9, 2012
I got these in a size 24. I'm a slim person and got vanity-sized out of jeans in the chain stores (to where a 0 is too loose, but 20 years ago at the same height and weight, I wore a size 3 - go figure). I was so glad to finally find pants that actually fit in all areas. They are about 3" too long, but no big deal. I can wear heels or tuck them under with flats. I put them through the washer and dryer, and they stayed the exact same size, no shrinking. I wore these jeans for three days in a row just to test if they would stretch out and they did not. The fit is so perfect I don't need a belt and I don't need to adjust after sitting. I am not a fan of the "feathering;" I am 40 and don't need to look like I'm trying to be trendy. I'd rather have my pants all the same color.
Best Uses: Casual Wear, Date Night/Night Out, Wear to School
Describe Yourself: Bargain Shopper, Casual
Inseam: Feels too long
Pros: Attractive, Comfortable, High Quality Denim, Holds Color Well, Stylish
Reviewed by BirdGirl from Laramie, WY on Saturday, March 27, 2010
Who can resist a pair of designer jeans at [$]? They fit well, are well made and are a nice, heavy, stretchy, dark denim. Be aware that they are slightly irregularly shaded (I looked at a couple of pairs in the STP warehouse and they're all this way). They are slightly striped along the seam down the legs--part of the Ernest Sewn aesthetic and not super obvious, but surely why they're at STP! Otherwise, they fit great and are a great deal. I am normally a size 25/ 0 Petite and the 25's fit well--the 24 jeans were way too small. Legs have to be hemmed, of course.
Reviewed by pediatron from Ohio on Saturday, March 20, 2010
Well.....I guess I am just too fat for these! They are very cute but very narrow in the hips and legs. The legs fit, but no way over my hips! I generally can wear a 0 or 2 in most everything, these were just too trendily narrow for me and I had to return them