Petite 1035 trouser in Super 120s wool
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Petite 1035 trouser in Super 120s wool
Product Details

These sleek pants are designed with a tailored, straight leg that's both polished and flattering. This pair is made from our four-season Super 120s wool—120 is the measure of the fiber: the higher the number, the finer the fiber, and 120 is one of the finest—so it has a silky-smooth finish and a refined drape.

  • Super 120s merino wool.
  • Slant pockets, back welt pockets.
  • Unlined.
  • Dry clean.
  • Import.
  • Online only.
Size & Fit Details
  • City fit—our lowest rise.
  • Fitted through hip, with a straight trouser leg.
  • Sits just above hip.
  • 30" inseam.

Petite 1035 trouser in Super 120s wool

Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 22 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Petite Sizing I love the super 120's suiting and the dressy pant is awesome BUT I've noticed the inseam for the petites grew from a 29 to a 30 is there a reason for this? I'm a Petite 0 and the waist is right on but the length is disappointing; I guess I need to grow some, wearing heels isn't helpful either. And having them hemmed an inch is ridiculous. September 20, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by Nice Work Pants, but Very Thin and No Lining :( I love the cut of these pants, they are very flattering. I bought similar City Fit suit pants several years ago and they are my FAVORITE work pants. I fear the day that those pants wear out. One pair got a tiny hole and I paid to have the fabric re-weaved I love these pants so much. I bought two pairs of the 1035 TROUSER hoping to put these into rotation to preserve the other pants. As soon as I opened the box, I was shocked- the quality of the suit pants has gone down so much. The material is very thin and these pants are not lined. I feel like these could rip so easily if I happened to brush up against something with a jagged edge. I'm keeping the pants because of the flattering cut, but am definitely disappointed in the quality. September 26, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Nice pants but wish they were lined Nice material and fit, but why aren't JCrew suit pants lined? June 1, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by 1035 120s vs. Factory Suit Let me compare the suits I bought at the same time at both Jcrew and Jcrew Factory. It's clear that the more expensive JCrew suit uses better fabric. The regular jacket drapes much more beautifully than the factory jacket, which shows the wrinkles at the seams. Fit is about the same. The problem is with the pants. Both are unlined (how can you charge so much for unlined pants?!) but since the regular pants have a softer hand, they loose their crease too easily and end up looking like pajama pants after about an hour. Comfy: yes, professional: no. A lining would help! The factory pant, which use a stiffer wool, has better structure and looks sharper. Wish I could mix and match. The Factory suit is a much better value for the money - on, there isn't too much of a difference between the two. If you are just looking for pants though - definitely go with the Factory pant. April 21, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5 by Wear to work standard This is really a classic wear to work staple, and a lovely trouser. Over the years however, I have grown accustomed to mending pocket linings, and repairing hems - sometimes within the first few weeks of wear - I think attention to quality is key here. May 17, 2014
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