Hi everyone, thank you so much for all your sweet and thoughtful comments and messages about my Thanksgiving blog post. I really appreciate it.
Best features of the Foster pants:
- Adjustable hem // Being 5′ tall, I have to get nearly everything hemmed, which is an added cost and inconvenience. I like buying cropped pants and ankle jeans because they end up being full length on me without hemming, but most pants are full length. A great feature of the Foster pants that I haven’t seen on any other pants is that they have concealed buttons in the hem (2 per leg) that allow you to fold up the pants inside and button them to switch the length from high to low. It gives tall legged ladies a cropped option and shorter ladies like me the ability to wear the pants immediately without going to the tailor. It’s not perfect (you can see part of the hem unfolding) but it’s pretty good and a hella genius idea. If you want to see a comparison, the black pair I’m wearing in this post were hemmed.
- Smoothing & streamlined // I love that it’s stretchy enough to give a smooth look like shapewear. No sagging or bagging out. It zips on the side for a smooth tummy look.
- Multiple colors // Give me all the colors! The color I’m wearing is called Russet and I also own it in black and midnight blue. I love the monsoon color and I think dark navy would look super chic too.
- Petite friendly // The Foster pants come in size 0P and 0. I’m wearing 0P.
A quick note on my top: I hope that by now I’ve convinced you to try the Didion top from MM.LaFleur. It’s comfortable, slimming, wrinkle-free and goes well with so many pieces.
Let me know if there’s anything you’ve been eyeing that you’d like me review!
MM.LaFleur Foster pants. I wore the black pair in this post. / MM.LaFleur Didion top, last worn in this post. / Saint Laurent Sac de Jour bag, also here. / Kate Spade Licorice pumps, also available here and here. / Marble necklace / Celine Audrey sunglasses / Essie gel couture Model Clicks nail polish /