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new york
My Style: Bohemian, Casual Chic, Edgy, high-low mix, boy-girl mix
Reviews: 4
Average Rating: 4.5
4 reviews
Posted March 11, 2014
just as cool as everyone says
rag and bone has worked the pajama trend really well in recent seasons and this crazy digitally printed item is another triumph. this sweat pant is TTS and selling out fast everywhere. grab it while you can because it's unique. it's hard to find something new and fresh in the jeans market but this item does it. I'm waist 25, hips 34 and the size S fits well--slouchy but still close-fitting. seat and knee bags is not bad at all considering it's 100% cotton. totally cool and worth buying.
Sizing: True to Size / As Expected
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well done
rag & bone got it right on their version of the leather sweat pant. first, this pant is very well-priced, made in the US, and has no unnecessary details--just simple pockets front and back and elastic ankles without excess stitching or smocking. the flat front, zip fly and belt loops look more polished than other sweat pants that have elastic waists. overall, the look is relaxed, medium-waisted, but not baggy. you do have a sense of the body underneath. definitely size down. I am 5'7", 118 lbs and almost always take a 27. I sized down to 26. top of pant is still over an inch below my navel and the fit looks similar to the model's. first I tried the 27 and I was swimming in it. please note these pants are not lined with anything. overall--big thumbs up. these are keepers.
Sizing: Larger than Expected
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nearly perfect
fits TTS, looks very cool. the front seam and front slit are hugely leg-lengthening and slimming. looks equally good with an ankle boot, a high pump, or a sneaker. definitely gets mistaken for leather (I get that question a lot), even though they are not exactly leather-looking; the coating is a bit subtle. the burgundy color is perfect. but FYI--the black version is not as good--the coating is hard to detect in black and they get very linty.
Sizing: True to Size / As Expected
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good and bad
I am keeping these boots bc it is very hard to find a rugged brown ankle boot with a 2-3" chunky heel at any price, $150 to $1000. believe me, I have searched. PROs--cool-looking idea, perfect heel height, comfortable, the faults enumerated below are subtle. overall, you will get a cool effect with these boots CONs--for the price, these are cheaply made boots, not sure how long they will last. I have seen much better-constructed boots (for ex, fryes) at this price, and if you are used to construction in the $500 and up range then these boots will initially disappoint you. the faux stacked heel and the long wrapped strap both look a bit cheap in real life. the visible labels are idiotic. for me the solution was to cut off some of the long strap and not let the labels flop out. you get the same wrapped effect but not the tackiness of so much cheap-looking strappage. ALSO--I got gray suede first and the suede is very thin and cheap--the brown leather is MUCH better-looking.
Sizing: True to Size / As Expected
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