I have only bought one pair of pants from AA, and those are the harem pants but they are so comfy and versatile. You can wear them as a jumbsuit or as pants. They're the best, and a pretty inexpensive way to jump on that trend if its for you.
I remember looking through Amerian Apparel site and seeing these in black and red, the only two colors that they had at the time. But I knew they were going to be a big deal. They looked good about just with anything, so you wouldn't believe my luck when I was able to score those lovely legging like pants.
They're warm, slimming and very very comfortable. Now, some may have to go up a size, I had to go down a size to make sure it actually fix me propertly.
What I like most about the pants is that they give a really nice shape, and you can dress them up in heels or dress them down in a pair of white chucks.
Thought some may think that 90 bunks for a pair of pants is a little steep, its completely worth in the long run.
These pants fit nicely when you first put the on, but they seem to stretch out quite a bit during the day.
these pants are just stretchy enough to be comfortable, but they don't stretch out of shape throughout the day. they are also very soft and the zipper at the ankle is surprisingly convenient for making them skinny to fit into boots. the only thing is, they only look good if they are very tight so you have to actually try them on in the store and not just guess your size online.
they r the coolest things ever!!! i want like 23 pair of pants!!!
My boyfriend got me a pair of acid wash slim slacks from AA over the summer, and while they claim to be unisex, men and women are shaped differently and I found these pants to be slightly unflattering in the hips. They aren't designed to accomodate the hips, butts, and thicker thighs that women of all sizes have. However, they are very very comfortable and the denim holds its shape pretty well. Also, the denim is quite soft.
I have the American Apparel uni-sex purple pants, and when I wore them in high school everyone would tell me that it looked like i sat in grapes. Which makes no sense. dumbassesssss. anyways, they have an extremely skinny leg so it might be a little too tight for boys; however, I love the cut, especially the high-waist. My only regret is probably the color because since they are so casual I don't really feel like I have a ton of occasions to wear them. That and the color is kind of loud for me. But they are so comfortable and simple that that should cancel all that out.....
I had these leggings for about a year, and the fit was absolutely perfect- they were even long enough for my super long legs. But you could see through the butt pretty soon after I got them and then about a year after buying them they ripped up bother inner thigh seems.
These are what I consider a near perfect hybrid. I never really full dove into the leggings trend, since I was pretty self conscienous of my ankles. If any of you have own a pair of the Cotton Spandex Leggings from AA, you have to agree they are pretty awesome, right? For me, I consider the straight yoga pant to have the same versatilty of forementioned leggings.
- they could be worn as high waisted or fold the extra material down as regular rise with wider waistband
- comes in many colours, not as much as the leggings, but who would want polkadotted yoga pants?
- the straight leg is forgiving. The harsh taper leg of leggings is wonderful for girls with pipecleaner gams, but if you have more muscular legs, these are for you.
- they could be worn without people thinking, "did she forget her pants?"
- they are so comfy, yet they dont carry the bulk of sweatpants, and could be worn from work to casual get-togethers
- they do tend to stretch out alittle bit around the knees and the bum, if you sit a lot that day.
ps. try finding this style on ebay, re-wholesellers normally re-sell this style for a lower price.