The new everyday essential, with a flattering cinched waist
Gathered waistband gets definition from a tie belt
Neutral-color, lightweight fabric
Material: 100% Polyurethane
Garment Length: Full
Closure Style: Fly zipper
Rise: Mid Rise
Features: Side pocket
Care and Cleaning: Machine wash & Tumble dry
Item Number (DPCI): 311-04-1260
The Women's Paperbag Pant - Who What Wear™ offers amazingly flattering style when paired with a tucked-in top; all the fun paperbag touches are here, from the gathered waistband to tapered ankle-length legs. Great for matching with everything from a festival tee to a silk blouse.
really cool pants, nice material if only the waist was not just a little too small. No way this would have fit in a larger size. I'm 5'4, 138 lbs, usually 8-10 in Target brands but WWW just do not fit me in anything with a defined waist. Almost but not quite. It is going back.
I love to see a returning fashion, but I was super excited to see these paperbag pants return with an update. Leather-like fabric was the perfect way to modernize these pants. I think I have a short torso and felt the waist was perfect for me. These I ordered in a 12.
The best thing about these pants is that I can totally through them in the wash. Would love to have them in black but sadly all sold out. Hope they return and offered in a light brown cognac color as well.
Beautiful soft pants, but ran small.
I am 5" and typically wear a petite 2 or 4, but had to return it. A 6 would have had the already-high waistline too high.
I look forward to Who What Wear adding petite options. Love the collection!
Fashionable and trendy, but I ended up returning them because for my body and figure they were not very flattering. I had to size up for the waist to button comfortably (from a size 12 to a size 14 --so, I'd say that they run a bit snug around the waist compared to other pants of same brand and same size), but the extra fabric around the hips (especially at the front and crotch area) wasn't very flattering for my frame (I am about 5.4, weighing 145 lbs). If I were taller and a bit thinner, they would have worked fine. Sorry.