Cons: none that I can see! No Harris Tweed tag on the inside.
Verdict: the preciousness and bulkiness of the Harris tweed woollen cloth made the designers cut the pants as trimly as I wish all the cafe capris were. If I had my way the leg width would be a standardized thing. I will present the cafe Capri in misty fog floral silk to point out the difference below. I got these at a great price, finally, and the cut sealed the deal. Since the amazing houndstooth tweed woollen full length trousers are too big for me ( and currently for sale!) that I got last winter, I'm keeping these.
Front view: how cafe capris should look: pin straight front pleat, closely adhering leg opening, slim at the thighs and along the leg.
Side view: see the narrow leg opening and width along the leg throughout. Not too tight, not tragically wide. And correctly tapered towards the ankle.