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I love the look of joggers for those more casual days, but because I’m petite, they often end up being regular length on me. (That was the case with these Uniqlo joggers.) So, I kept my eye out for a pair of jogger pants than would work for my frame, and Ann Taylor delivered.
These jogger pants come in regular and petite lengths and in three colors: navy, black, and olive green. The petite ones are online only. I ordered two sizes and found them to be true to size. My usual size ended up fitting best. I’m wearing the petite in navy here.
The joggers have an elastic waist, two front off-seam pockets, and back patch pockets. They sit at your natural waist and drape nicely. The regular length has a 26″ inseam and the petite has a 24″ inseam. The petite ones hit me just right, length wise. (I’m 5′ 3″). You can scrunch up the pants on your legs because there’s elastic on the leg opening. The elastic is a wee bit tight, but not uncomfortable for me. I imagine they wouldn’t work for someone with bigger calves. They’re made out of polyester; the fabric is lightweight and smooth to the touch.
They’re priced at $79, though Ann Taylor often runs promotions, so you can snag them on sale. Though they’re a casual pants, the material is nice enough that you can dress them up with heels. I think they could even be work appropriate, depending on how you styled them (with say a button down and a blazer). I’ve been wearing them a lot since I got them and find them comfortable. They seem like they would travel well too as the material doesn’t seem to wrinkle much. Hmmm, do I need to get these in another color?
Because I keep it real on this blog, here’s some photos of me wearing these joggers out and about while shopping at the Asian grocery store. Yup, that’s a cup from In-N-Out in my hand. And yes, that means these photos were taken soon after I ate a cheeseburger and fries.
UPDATE 12/1017 – I’m trying to be better about making ethical shopping choices, so I’m updating posts with info about where and how things were made. These pants are made out of polyester which is not great for the environment because they’re petroleum-based and not bio-degradable. They were made in the Philippines. Ann Taylor doesn’t disclose its supply chain information, so we don’t know about its factory conditions.