Dockers Women's Classic Metro Trouser Pant, Quiet Shade, 4/Medium
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- 76% Cotton/20% Polyester/4% Elastane
- Machine Wash
- A permanent crease keeps it classic from desk to dinner in Dockers' classic metro pant
- Expandable waistband
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- Product Dimensions: 15.2 x 11.1 x 0.5 inches
- Shipping Weight: 15.2 ounces
- ASIN: B00DE8S566
- Item model number: 26180-0011
- Date first available at Amazon.com: July 18, 2013
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Top Customer Reviews
The pants sit an inch or two below my belly button, which is my favorite place, as it doesn't catch on my piercing but isn't low enough for the pants to slide down under my belly. The pocket detailing and seams are flattering to my butt and thighs. The waistband is flatteringly wide and the boot cut has a subtle flare but does not turn into bell bottoms. The fly has an inner button as well as the visible button, and the button hole stitching looks solid and secure.
I had not realized when I ordered that these supposedly have some sort of control top panel. I would not have ordered them, had I known, as that just sounds like asking to be squashed. But when I got them and tried them on, whatever kind of panel they have doesn't bother me.
*If this is a fit issue for you, too: I've had great fit with Wrangler Q-Baby Ultimate Riding Jean jeans, which seem to have a slightly narrower hip for the waist or maybe it's a wider waist for the hip. Amazon carries these.
(I went with the larger size and I'm happy I did). I have not washed them yet, but assume that, like most Dockers, they'll be okay.
I ordered two more pair in different colors and hope that they all fit as well as the navy pants did.
Then, there was this little era where the Metro was "updated", and the fit changed. The waist got too baggy, the hipline bunchy, and the drape of the leg just wasn't "right". I returned pair after pair, and was afraid I'd have to go on the long quest for new favorite work pants before the Metros I had wore out.
Then, Classic Metro "came back". It's much more like the original Metro in all the aspects that I love, and the new fabric is less like sateen than the previous iterations. It's soft, with the right balance of drape and stiffness, and I love that I can see my waistline while wearing these. There isn't a sheen on these, and they aren't the pet hair magnets that the in-between Metros seemed to be.
I'm 5'4" and a regular very often needs to be rolled for me (sometimes the length varies a little by color in Dockers), but the petite looks more like an ankle pant on me (and I need a bigger size in the Petite, which is just an ego-killer). I like my Docker to graze my instep, so I go for the regular length and just roll or hem it.
This peacoat color is an updated navy. It's distinctly blue, but a deep inky hue that I really like a lot. It's not a flat navy and has a little personality.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Why? WHY can no one make a boot cut khaki for women that is not either low rise or makes you either have "mom butt" or look like you're wearing saggy diapers? Read morePublished 17 months ago by L Reed
I have owned several pairs of the Metro Pants. I love the way they fit. There were some reviews that said the style has changed. Read morePublished 20 months ago by KRISTEN LAWRENCE
I really like these pants, though as I am losing inches, they are starting to sag - I'll have to add hidden waistband darts. Read morePublished 22 months ago by M.Ellington