Closeouts. Artfully posing as your favorite skinny jean and your yoga capris and your comfy pants, Skirt Sports' Happy Hour capris have a hefty helping of versatility to go with their supersoft, stretchy, body-shaping design.
Reviewed by Rudy from Newbury, MA on Wednesday, March 5, 2014
They're kind of work-out fabric-y and sort of loose, but they fit ok. Will definitely wear them around the house and such, maybe to go grocery shopping. They're not bad and they're not great. I got them on clearance, so...
Reviewed by GeurillaJoy from Fayetteville AR on Thursday, June 13, 2013
I wanted to love these; the fabric is great, they seem well made, I love the slimming front seam down the legs -- but the back pockets are WIDE APART, so let's just say I found these to be not flattering at all when viewed from behind. Sending them back.
Reviewed by Some Chick from Rocky Mountains on Friday, December 21, 2012
I love Skirt Sports products, and I've been looking at these pants for a while ... but I really should have listened to the negative reviews. I am a thin, muscular 5'4", and the fit accentuated flaws I didn't know I had! The crotch was simply odd, the rear made my rather substantial booty look flat, and the cuff came down about three inches past my knees, where it caught on the largest part of my calf. Had to return them.
Reviewed by Dexie from New York on Wednesday, June 27, 2012
These capris are well made and attractive. The problems I had: 1) The gray highlighted more of my figure flaws that I liked. The black is fine. 2) They have a thin elastic in the waistband that is a bit tighter than I like, and it again, shows more than I like. A longer shirt takes care of this. I returned the gray, and kept the black. The pockets are embroidered, not bedazzled. They are showy, but fine for me. I wore them in a 5K, and they worked well.
Best Uses: Casual Wear
Describe Yourself: Casual Dresser
Length: Feels true to length
Pros: Comfortable, High Quality, Washes Well, Wrinkle-Free