JAG Sussex Crop Pants - Fineline Twill, Mid Rise, Slim Fit (For Women)
Specs about JAG Sussex Crop Pants - Fineline Twill, Mid Rise, Slim Fit (For Women)
- Inseam: Regular 24" (based on size 10)
- Leg opening: 15"
- Weight: 12 oz.
- Waistband: 2"
- Belt loops: 3"
- Fabric: 97% cotton, 3% spandex
- Care: Machine wash/dry
- Vendor fit: JAG Slim Fit is a trim cut from thigh to leg opening; mid rise sits one finger below the navel
- Made in China
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JAG Women's Size Chart
Notes: Inseam may differ due to styling. Waist - should be measured at you natural waist around the smallest part of your waistline, make sure to keep the tape a little loose. Seat - Measure at the widest part of your lower hip.
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Verified Buyer Reviewed by frog85 from Sacramento, CA on Saturday, April 5, 2014I just recently discovered Jag. I bought my first pair on Christmas 2013. I have been pleased with all the Jag pants I've gotten. I am in between sizes (12 and 14). I bought a size 12 of this capri which fits, but on the snug side around the waist especially when sitting down. I liked the capri so much, I bought my 2nd size (14).
Reviewed by Kelley from Garden City on Saturday, May 18, 2013This is the 3rd pair of pants in this style that I own due to the fact they are so comfortable!
Reviewed by GA. hiker from Morgnaton,, GA. on Monday, May 13, 2013Love these, nice fit. The light grey is a nice neutral color, too. Very comfortable. If they had more colors, I would snap them up!! Great purchase!
Reviewed by rcatesby from Tucson, AZ on Wednesday, May 1, 2013I ordered two pair of these capris, one in brown sugar and one in windswept. I'm a pretty consistent size 2, maybe a little on the small side, and these two looked awkward and way too large for me. The cut was clean and nice, but there was so much extra fabric they looked sloppy and baggy on me. I would have kept the brown sugar had it fit me, but the windswept was a lighter grey than I'd hoped, too light for my taste, and it would have gone back anyway.