Reviewed by jessicaaleen from Colorado on Sunday, June 22, 2014
I had been looking for some jeans just like this (I bought the "Snow") and when I came across these I got really excited, especially for the awesome price they are marked at! I had never purchased any Request jeans before so I was unsure of how the line ran and I read the reviews to get an idea. I was a little hesitant reading them because they mentioned buying a size up or running way too small, but I was dying to get a pair and hoped for the best so I bought a size up (I'm usually a 3 and purchased a 5). They arrived in what felt like a day later (love the shipping quickness of STP!) and the 5 fit and I definitely could have even pulled off a 3 like I normally wear, so I personally, don't believe these jeans run small (the 5 works, but they could be a bit tighter as they are supposed to be skinny jeans so I am going to try and shrink them down just a tad). They are so comfortable and stretchy and the print is too cute! I've worn them rolled up with sandals/Vans, down, etc. I definitely recommend these if you're looking for a very comfortable, fun skinny jean! oh, also - I'm 5'5" and the length was absolutely perfect so if you're tall: warning, they may be a bit short but nothing rolling or cuffing can't fix - they'd still be adorable!
Reviewed by shoehound from Minnesota on Saturday, May 03, 2014
While animal print has become a standard choice (rather than novelty trend), I don't think I'll put these pants into regular rotation because they get a lot of attention--maybe it's the burgundy, and people who keep track of my outfits (I teach high school) might notice. Still, they're a bargain thus totally worth buying for a handful of wears throughout each year. Very low waist, zipper about 2 inches, but the cut and stretch of the fabric makes them comfortable and safe to move and sit. I wear a loose 8 in women's pants, and the 9 in these is perfect. The inseam length a little short to wear with regular shoes for me 5' 6", so I'll wear with sandals or tucked into boots.