Sizing: size down one. I show sizes 0 and 00. The 00 fits snugger and looks way better.
Pros: wool: lined beautifully inside in deep blue satin, with a little chain for hanging.
Cons: major drop shoulders.
This jacket treat appeals to me, somehow. I liked it with the contrast of the colour block wool tuxedo pant. Would never actually wear them together, but it gives one styling ideas. I loved how they paired it with a sleek navy pencil skirt in the Norway photo shoot.
A trim silhouette, incl the fitted seamless shoulders, in size 00.
Sizing: TTS. It is exactly ankle length on me, so is have to get it hemmed to wear it.
Pros: excellent fabric, woollen, warm. Lined. Well-constructed.
Cons: a tight fit in the seat and waist, as many of the cafe Capri fit pants can be.
I am unsure of this pant. The most unique thing about it is that it's woollen. Previous iterations if tuxedo pants have been thinner fabric, either silken or with silk content. I actually think the cropped tux piping is a bit of a hazard, because it can give the legs a strange shape. The pant looks best if you hide your hips with a tunic top or wear a graphic colour-blocking top. I was really chuffed with how it contrasted with the buffalo plaid bomber. Would be interested in reader opinions on this one.