Try sandals or wedges. I prefer the waistband to not be so high and I like a stretch jean for comfort in the thigh area if possible.
I too am a big fan of giant pants! I have a very high waist, with a large stomach, so that still makes pants pretty hard to fit since almost everything gives me muffin top, falls down, or both. The only downside is no beltloops, so I have to yank them up every so often.
Is it appropriate to buy your boss presents? If you really want to get your boss something, a nice card with a personal message thanking him for the ways that he has been a good boss would probably be the most appreciated. In fact, I would recommend that even if you do get him a small, token gift.
I usually agree with this, but the associates at my new firm all buy gifts for the partners. I know, I know. Their logic is a little flawed. Perhaps paving the way for you to make partnership amongst those doofuses?
Am I living in a dream world here? There are also tea pots too. How about a book? Maybe the image is too small but they seem to fit fine….
I think the grey ones are too tight but the middle black pair on that side are meant to fit that way. But yes, all those images are just hard to see. Maybe next time, there can be a zoom in feature? The grey pants are in my opinion definitely too tight from the knee up to be office-wear. This is why I have more or less given up on pants.
I can take most skirts and dresses and wear them off the rack with almost no alterations or with something very minor and mostly optional. Pants — forget it. I think pants are also just made more poorly now. I asked my SO and he initially said they looked fine but then agreed with me. They may not be poorly made, they just may be poorly fit for you. Moreover, I notice it in pants that are supposed to be the same from season to season and which I own from prior years.
And a lot of it has to do with fabric content. Actually, there is a manufacturing component. Appropriate crotch depth what often is the cause of issues prevents the pieces from fitting tightly together on the fabric during cutting. In other words, altering the pattern to puzzle together cuts costs but results in poorer fit.
Fittings on real people are often dropped, too, to speed up manufacturing and further reduce cost. This is where having some garment construction background comes in handy — you are at least thinking about construction elements when buying RTW stuff.
Fit Fit is the third key to pants comfort and attractive appearance. Pants should fit comfortably at the waistline and fall smoothly over the hips and thighs. In well-fitted pants, the lengthwise grainline is perpendicular to the floor and creases in the legs are on the straight grain. Pants length will vary according to the silhouette. Some problems to avoid when making or buying pants include: Ripples at the waistline. Wrinkles at the crotch.
Bagginess at the crotch. Waistline pulling down at center back or center front. Pressed creases that hang off-grain. Avoid pants that are too tight.
Not only are they uncomfortable, but they also accentuate figure flaws. Crew capri I think some with business casual offices wear? An inch of extra room in the thigh seems like a lot. And I think too big pants look very sloppy. I posted the other day about looking for new wool pants because I feel like my old ones are too baggy. They would probably conform to the guidelines posted above, but they make me feel dowdy. I think with pants, especially trouser-cut, there can be a fine line between office-appropriate and dowdy.
Also, it is a know-your-office thing. Still, they are entirely appropriate and perhaps even a bit on the dressy side for my office. And pants that are loose enough per this guideline both make me look stumpy and inevitably have a yard of extra fabric in the front rise. By these guidelines I look dowdy in the office — I refuse to wear tight pants and the options are either too tight or too baggy.
It sounds like all of us have been doing similar things — i have a difficult time finding slacks that fit properly, so i wear skirts and dresses most of the time. They are fairly high end designer pieces that fit amazing and are timeless styles.
A fitted but not too tight dress with short sleeves — that has a detachable peplum so when peplums are out of style, i just dont have to wear it, plus it basically makes it two different dresses. And a skirt with a cashmare shell with some beautiful pleating details. I feel good about the purchases, but am still in a bit of sticker shock. Add me to the list of people who have pretty much given up on pants. My personal issue is that I carry my extra weight in my waist and have basically no hips to speak of.
One thing to add is that I think VPL is caused both by pants that are too tight and fabric that is too thin, which seems to becoming more and more of an issue. Yeah, even with quite baggy pants and undies in the correct size I used to get VPL. I like my pants but I find it much easier to buy skirts.
I have this issue too. I have found that the Modern Fit in Ann Taylor pants to fit me quite well. So, I wear a 6 in regular and a 8P. But no one in my office cares what I wear. Gray and black scrunched little black dress. Pleated creased abercrmobieandfitch sweater. This is gorgeous, I don't even remember buying this much less wearing it. Fits like a size 4 or 6, not an xs. Has been very lonely in my closet.
Grey silver silky top. No longer have the matching pants to this bedtime set. For more like a size6 than an xs. It's made small, so I have sized it accordingly. Bought this last winter right before losing weight. Yet another brand new item I never wore.
So cute acronym hashtag top. Worn but in great shape. This was one of my favorite tops. Such a pretty shirt. Product specifications are obtained from merchants or third parties. Although we make every effort to present accurate information, Bizrate is not responsible for inaccuracies.
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