Women's Fit 2 Stretch Chino Trousers
Good quality, poor fit
I had high hopes. These seem to be good quality and would probably work for the average body. Unfortunately I don't have the average body. I ordered petite, but the rise is still so high that they're baggy in the crotch. There is also a big gap in the waist in the back. I have some sewing skills so I might try to salvage them, but will not be ordering them again.
March 5, 2014
These pants are great.
They are soft and comfortable. They are the traditional weight of how khakis are supposed to be. Not a light or synthetic blend seen on a lot of khakis these days. Cut of pants are stylish too. Wear them to work well.
March 2, 2014
Comfy but unflattering these
These seemed like they would be comfy as they had nice stretch and construction, but way too much fabric in the hips and pocket area. Maybe just not flattering for my particular body type, so they are going back.
February 18, 2014
These are OK
I like these pants but I need them in black. Let me know when that happens.
February 7, 2014
Disappointed in Color Selection
I bought two pairs of these in beautiful Fall colors--gray and turquoise--and am sorely disappointed that the trousers are now offered only in boring colors. The lovely spring colors--coral, lilac, and even the versatile light stone--are only for the true slim, crops, and ankle pants. My figure is very difficult to fit; I very much doubt if my curvy figure or legs would fit into anything but the trousers. The quality is very good, and I am very pleased with the trousers I bought this past Fall; but for Spring colors, Land's End really missed the mark!
February 6, 2014
I believe that these are actually men's slack. However, they fit me very well and are comfortable
I wear them to work or out for a casual evening. I've received several compliments on both my gray and my dark blue pair.
February 4, 2014
All Cotton and a slimmer leg would rate these a 5-star
Men get substantial 100 % cotton pants so why not women?
Would like to see any of your chinos offered in a lighter khaki color like sand.
February 3, 2014
These trousers are well made and have a very soft feel to the fabric.
The size was too small for me even though I ordered what the size chart indicated,not what I expected. I returned them.
February 2, 2014
I like these pants and appreciate the Land's End having tall sizes and flexible hemming. However, when I purchased two pairs of these pants recently, the tailoring was so sloppy that I had to redo it myself. Luckily, there was enough fabric to redo it. The hem was unevenly cut, and the stitch was uneven. Otherwise, I would recommend these pants for casual wear.
January 27, 2014
Nice work pants
Normally I wear suits but I get to wear chinos on our casual days, and these are fantastic. I normally wear size 8 in other brands, but I ordered size 6 because some reviewers were saying these pants run big. I ordered two pairs of these- one in khaki, and the other in true navy. I'm short (5'2" and 130lbs, and curvier on the bottom) and I like clothing that fits but isn't going to be skin tight. I am not sure why, but when I tried them on, they were slightly different design wise, and fit that way as well. Both pairs have a double hook closure in front but the interior button is different. The true navy pants have a smaller, slanted button hole, and it was difficult to unbutton them after I tried them on. The true navy pants also seemed to fit a little snugger than the khaki color. The khaki color fit just right around my waist, hips and thighs, but the lower part of the leg seemed a little too wide--a silly complaint since I will wear these with boots as well as flats. I got the hem length I specified (29 in). Some people complained about the hem job, but I thought mine looked pretty good. I have not had a problem with the hem coming undone yet and I've washed them several times now (in my monster washing machine that loves to ruin my clothes). One reviewer said they hang them up right out of the dryer and they don't have to iron them, but I haven't been able to do that. They look like they need to be ironed, but maybe I just didn't get to mine right when the dryer stopped. I prefer a more 'pressed' look though, so I'll be ironing them anyway. The only thing I would really complain about with these pants is that the cut does not seem to be uniform throughout the different colors available. If you want a slimmer fit, try the navy ones.
January 25, 2014