With the flawless fit of this Editor pant, you get a sleek, nearly straight line from hip to ankle. Panels of contrasting woven fabric at the waist help you mix up your dressy look without the move of adding a belt.
Sits just below the waist, straight through hip
Hidden hook & button closure with zip fly
Contrasting waistband and back welt pockets
Inseams: Short 30'', Petite 30", Regular 33", Long 35"
Rated 5 out of 5 by Mimi612 Comfortable
I absolutely recommend this item. Very comfortable, I use it for work.
May 9, 2016
Rated 4 out of 5 by Loreta Work interview
These pants were a relief , it is so hard for me to find a pair of dress pants that fit me I have searched everywhere. I was able to wear these to a job interview, and they were comfortable, the barely boot is perfect if you don't want too skinny or too wide it falls perfectly .
April 26, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by krissykp These pants are very comfortable! They fit just right, not too tight or overly large, and are great for work!
March 15, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Lyndakluv great pants for curvy women
These are my new favorite work pants. I like the Columnist too but these are my new favorite.. they def fit better for women who are bigger in the butt and thighs. I'm 5'1', 128 lbs and my measurements are 34-26-36 and a size 4 short were perfect!! I am going to buy more colors soon!
March 10, 2016
Rated 3 out of 5 by hoopsgalnyc Butt/thighs too baggy
I'm 6'0"/145 and I've probably owned 10+ pairs of 6L Barely Boot Columnist Pants. Well, in the fall of 2015, they changed the fit and made the Columnist tighter on the butt and thighs. I am tall and slender, but they were too form-fitting to wear to work. Express' quality is terrific, so I tried the Editor in the hopes that the fit would be more appropriate.
Good news: The Editor is not skin-tight. Bad news: There is too much room in the butt/thighs. It's not to the point where I'll return the pants, but it is to the point where I won't buy another pair. On the plus side, the pants are very thick and well made.
I miss the old Columnist fit, which was tailored but not tight. Please bring that back!
Next pair of pants, I go to the Gap or (gulp, I'm getting old), Ann Taylor.
March 2, 2016
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