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Tuxedo Ankle Pants

The tuxedo pant that's anything but typical. We started with a gray stretch crêpe that fits incredibly well and added accents of black — at the waist, the pockets, and the iconic down-the-leg stripe — for a slim-fitting and incredibly modern silhouette. Pair these with the Tuxedo Jacket for an elegant ensemble, or wear them solo (they can go everywhere classic black pants go). Low rise. Ankle length. Smooth stretch poly/rayon/spandex. Imported. Inseam: 27" Rise: Low (View our Pants Rise Guide )
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Customer Reviews for Tuxedo Ankle Pants
Review 1 for Tuxedo Ankle Pants
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carallen
Location:Fanwood, NJ
Gender:Female
Age:35-44
Tuxedo Ankle Pants
Date:April 4, 2014
These pants are well made and generous in the seat. I was expecting them to be snug and severely low rise but was pleasantly surprised that while they have a classic fit, they are still very hip and modern.
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Joanyg
Location:Ct
Gender:Female
Tuxedo pants
Date:December 28, 2013
Pants are good quality and true to size. Great value
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Location:Oregon
Gender:Female
Nice quality fabric
Date:December 15, 2013
These pants are a nice quality, slightly heavier fabric than one might expect. Not too "silky" or slinky; substantial, not at all thin. I like the feel of the fabric a lot. I do think it holds wrinkles too much, however. I took the pants out of the box and let them hang in the bathroom where they would be slightly steamed for 2 days -- but there were still "box" wrinkles in them when I put them on for a family party. I should have taken the time to iron them (but I hate ironing!) -- but I'll remember to do this the next time if they haven't hung out yet. Also -- I thought that the side stripe would be slimming, but with flats, I didn't notice that effect. I'll try them with heels, and I bet it will look different.