Petite kick crops at LOFT (on sale)

Haven't seen any of these in person. The first two are petite (I think both also come in regular too). The third is regular but could be hemmed if you're not super petite, and look interesting because they're trousers and not denim.

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  • carter replied 4 years ago

    I have the second pair in a regular length. The "kick" is bit more conservative than some I've seen but that suited me. I find them very comfortable and flattering, but i wish I had sized down, because they definitely grow throughout the day.

  • Suz replied 4 years ago

    Ooh - thank you, Aida. Next time I am at Toronto Loft I will see if they have them in stock. I really want to give this trend a try at a lower price point to see if it works for me (and pending the discovery of the appropriate higher shaft booties.) 

  • Kari replied 4 years ago

    Cute! Are you thinking of trying some, Aida? I could see this look working for you.

  • Aida replied 4 years ago

    Carter, thanks for sharing your experience with that second pair.

    Suz, I hope you find some in stock! I am also pending higher-shaft booties, and now that I have both a dark and light pair will need both :) Hoping dry enough weather sticks around that I can wear my summery ankle-strap footwear in the meantime.

    Kari, I have the Express pair as well as the CE pair that Angie has. Both are awaiting hemming if I can manage to find the time! Am intrigued by the LOFT trouser pair though; I'm concerned too much of the "kick" would be lost to hem where I need, but not sure. I really like how high the rise is on that one!

  • Beth replied 4 years ago

    Thanks for the heads up Aida!

  • Aida replied 4 years ago

    And another pair at BR that comes in a short length, probably good for those on the cusp of needing petite lengths (24" -- a little long I think for most petites). Could be tricky to alter this one but a good tailor could do it.

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