Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 11
Rated 5 out of 5 by Jo McCullick GREAT PANTS
Love the fit & the color on these pants. I bought them in the petite large size. They fit very nice & smoothly. Love the saddle color, looks very rich & goes with alot. Great Buy!
Rated 4 out of 5 by jojogirl Great Slacks !
These are a great knit pant. Try them. Go down a size. More colored please!
Rated 4 out of 5 by Jeletta Just about perfect
I am 5' 2" and typically wear a 3 inch wedge shoe for work-- the length is perfect. I love these pants. If Liz C could improve them at all, I'd say they need to ONLY lower the waistband. The top of these pants do come up very high. If they were lowered by 2 inches, I'd buy a few more pairs of these pants. Liz: please make this change.
Rated 5 out of 5 by DD NY Best Pants Ever
I bought two pairs of these pants one month ago and am back to buy two more pairs. These are so comfortable and great for work. In the washer, out the dryer, no ironing. They fit great and look great.
Rated 2 out of 5 by chellemct Too Long
I am 5'3". Most petite pants fit me perfect. These are too long unless you ALWAYS wear a 3 inch heel. Disappointed. Going back. Great fabric tho.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Verified Reviewer great fit
these pants are great. ordered black and saddle brown. the brown color isn't what I expected but kept them. wish Liz would consider changing her inseam for regular to 30 or 31. Petite too short and regular at 32 is way too long for the average person.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Bev in Ohio Love Them!
I got these not really expecting them to fit because I have a hard time finding slacks that fit well. I was between 2 sizes so I ordered both. Both fit but I am keeping the larger size so that I can wear them for work and exchanging the smaller size for another pair:) They are SUPER comfortable and I love the fabric!
Rated 3 out of 5 by wnshasta NOT FOR ME
The first - and last - time to purchase Liz slacks, I'll stick with D&Co. I purchased navy and the color is perfect. However, the rise is too high in the front and too low in the back. Now the dilemma, do I keep them and wear a long sweater, or do I return and incur the postage cost. With the cost of postage, why can't these manufacturers get together and have consistent sizing?