Pilcro Hyphen Chinos

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  • By Pilcro
  • Front, back welt pockets
  • Cotton, spandex
  • Machine wash
  • Regular: 30.5"L
  • Petite: 28.5"L
  • Tall: 33.5"L
  • Imported
  • Style #: 4123289310010


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Rated 5 out of 5 by about the sizing… I have been reading others reviews and there seems to be conflicting advice on the sizing but mostly saying to size down. I thought I would give my input since I had trouble with that too. I had purchased the rose and the army green colour in size 27 online. Got both, wore both, and they stretched out with wear. Went to the store to try the sz 26. The size 26 in the pink was too small and didn’t fit the way these pants should (a little relaxed). The green size 26 fit great so I did exchange those. I am 5’5 120 lbs, 32-27-35 usually a size 2-4. Love these pants for spring, plan to wear them with a cropped leg and toms for a casual look. March 26, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by Rise too low! Length too short! Size way down! I was pleased and hopeful when these machine wash cotton Chinos, not cropped, not ankle length, and not Linen made their appearance online. SIZE: I took the advice of previous reviewers and sized down. I normally wear a 28 or 29 in Pilcro jeans. I ordered size 27 Regular in Green Slate (in stock), Khaki (back-ordered), and Candied Ginger (back-ordered). I’m 5’5” tall, 135 lbs, waist 29, hips 36. FIT: The 27’s were snug through the upper leg. I wore them at home for about 45 minutes. I expected them to stretch out more than they actually did. The waistband was at least 2 inches below my naval, and gaped in back. Too low for comfort. I would have had to tug the pants up every time I stood up. They also pulled uncomfortably through the crotch and developed unflattering wrinkles on each side. The inseam was almost 1.5 inches shorter than described. Unrolled, the length barely hit the high water mark. No better than ankle length in Regular. FABRIC: The cotton is paper thin and not particularly soft. Perhaps a good launder with fabric softener is needed. The lower rise would benefit from a wider waistband made from heavier fabric to prevent it from folding like an accordion. A little stretch would provide a comfortable fit. I was hoping for something less casual that could pass as career wear. The Green Slate pants are washed out to an odd yellowish-green across the top of the thigh. Recommended if you like a lower rise. Size down one or two sizes if you don’t like slouchy pants that slide down your backside. If you’re straight through the hips, keeping these up and in place could be a challenge. Plumber’s b_tt was not the look I hoped for. Anthro! Help a girl out by giving the length of the rise for pants in the description like you do for jeans. ***Please bring back my beloved Cartonnier Pants*** February 23, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Favorite spring pants! These are soft, lightweight without being too thin, and come in a delicious array of colors. They're wonderful! Here are some tips for anyone who can't try these on in person before buying: a) We are all used to many designer brand sizing running small; that is, if our true waist is 27 inches, we end up actually wearing a 28 or a 29, right? I believe that these pants run true to your actual waist measurements, at least this is true for me. I have a 25 inch waist, I bought these in a size 25. So I guess they "run big" in the sense that I have never been able to wear a 25 before (I usually end up in a 27 and maybe a 26), but maybe we are all so used to designer jeans/pants running small that we get stuck on the "size number that we normally get" and lose sight of the sizing simplicity of "measure your waist, buy that size" that these sizes are actually intended to be; b) these are indeed lower rise pants. If you buy true to your waist measurements, you may not have the same waistline gap problems that some people are reporting; c) these are on the shorter side, I'm 5'2", I wear mine cuffed like in the picture and I didn't need the petite size; and d) if you get these in these candied ginger color, you must also get the puppy purse to go with it; they are made for each other. ;) Photo attached. March 9, 2014
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Size Guide

How to Measure


Measure under your arms at the fuller part of your bust. Keep tape level across your shoulder blades.

Natural Waist

Measure around your natural waistline, keeping the tape comfortably loose.

Drop Waist

Measure around your body 1 1/2" below your natural waist.


Stand with your feet together and measure around the fullest part of your hips.


Using a pair of your pants that fit well, measure from crotch seam to bottom of leg.


Wrap a length of string around your finger and mark where the end touches. Measure the distance between the end of the string and the mark you've made to determine what size to order.

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