You know a good cut when you see one. That's why the Editor has become a fashion perennial. Curve-conscious tailoring with the flattering touches of a wide waistband and subtle pinstripes forms a silhouette that's sleek and chic.
Low rise, straight through the hip, 21" leg opening
Wide waistband, hidden hook & button closure, zip fly
Love these pants!
I've been waiting for Express to come out with another wide waistband khaki pant. These look professional but are still comfy for people who work 12 hour shifts on their feet.
April 3, 2014
Weird stripes, tighter than other Editor pants!
I thought I was purchasing a nice neutral color, but this fabric has a weird almost dark pinstripe pattern that is actually pretty ugly. To top it off, they are about an inch tighter in the waist than the black pair of Editor pants, which are of the same exact size and cut, that I ordered in the same shipment (which fit fine).
Express really needs to get back on top of quality control and ensure consistent sizing. I've been about 50/50 with whether "my" size fits when ordering the Editor pants over the last year or two, and it has deterred me from purchasing more.
February 2, 2014
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