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PONTE PANT is rated out of 5 by 2.
A classic for now and seasons to come, the Ponte Pant from the Ornate Blooms Plus Sized Collection keeps it simple with streamlined tailored finishes. They sit mid rise so it is easy to half tuck in a white shirt.
Style # 00135270
- Gun metal hard wear
- Faux back pockets
- Mid rise
- Thick stretch fabrication
- Double front pockets
- Size and Fit Details Our model wears a size 16 and is 175cm tall. Inseam measurement. Rise: 79cm/12.5 inches
- FABRIC : 75% Polyester 21% Viscose 4% Elastane
- Care Instructions : Wash before wear. Gentle cold machine wash inside out. Do not bleach, soak or tumble dry. Line dry without delay. Cool iron. Dry cleanable (P)
$ 39.99A classic for now and seasons to come, the Ponte Pant from the Ornate Blooms Plus Sized Collection keeps it simple with streamlined tailored finishes. They sit mid rise so it is easy to half tuck in a white shirt.
Rated 1 out of 5 by Goldilocks from Buy if you enjoy sewing I bought these because they have pockets which I like for work pants a few weeks ago. They felt really comfortable when I tried these on. After the first wash all the buttons fell off. I didn’t mind sewing these back on. But after the 2nd wash the stitching came undone inside the left side pocket. Again out came my sewing basket. After the 3rd wash the hems fell down. None of my other clothing has been damaged by my washing machine so I am sure it’s due to poor manufacturing. I haven’t yet fixed them and frankly I’m fed up paying so much attention to repairing 1 piece of clothing! I checked T&C on returns and clothing must be like new with tags still on. My below rating is based on how the pants have ended up, not how they were originally.
Date published: 2018-05-15
Rated 1 out of 5 by Metoo from Not recommended They look and fit fine, but button one fell off while wearing first time... and was put in pocket, second button fell off later the same day.... discovered pockets are only half stitched (as part of the design) so first button gone
Date published: 2018-05-22