Rated 4 out of 5 by 4
Rated 5 out of 5 by jang Perfect fit!
This is the first time I've ever purchased jeans in my life that fit so true and did not need to be sent to the tailor. Please don't stop producing these gems!
Rated 3 out of 5 by Zoe Girl Sizing was off for me.
They would have been cute on, but they were very small in my size I always order.
I won't try a reorder. It's hard fitting jeans. Maybe left better to the department stores where you can try on several sizes to compare.
I also ordered the white knit Jean jacket with the eyelet trim. Very nice, Great fit. I have your 24/7 capri's in the white with eyelet trim down the leg and it looks great with my white jacket. Thanks for those matching pieces.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Annabanana Sharp Looking Jeans
i have just recently discovered Issac's jeans. I was not sure i would like ankle jeans, although I am only 5', many petite ankle jeans come above the ankle and are unflattering, often flaring out too much. I have had to stop wearing socks with this length, just doesn't look right, no sock look, flats, is the best. I got these in P6, was hesitant because my weight has climbed from 117 to 128 (horrors), but these fit very well. I like the not too soft feel, and think the slightly heavier fabric acts like a shaper. (I loved the soft jeans, the very stretchy ones that have become popular for several years, but they stretch out, and really show the bulgy waist, etc.) These jeans have just the right fabrication for me.
I have recently bought Isaac's wide leg jeans, and the straight leg. I am converted. I love his jeans period. All three of these styles are very stylish and flattering for me.
Rated 3 out of 5 by Joanafer Ankle Petite Jean
I had originally ordered the size 10 regular ankle Jean. They were not cut right for my 5' 2" frame. I really liked them, but the fit was not right for me (to baggy & to long). So I sent them back and ordered them in petite. Much to my disappointment these were cut small, however the length was right. I packed them up and have given up on this ankle jean. Perhaps going up a size would be the thing to do. I am not risking it as I failed twice. The postage gets painful when there is nothing to show for it.