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jcpenney.com | Liz Claiborne® Classic-Fit Straight-Leg Jeans

Liz Claiborne® Classic-Fit Straight-Leg Jeans

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  • 2 Short
  • 4 Short
  • 6 Short
  • 8 Short
  • 10 Short
  • 14 Short
  • 18 Short
  • 2 Long
  • 4 Long
  • 6 Long
  • 8 Long
  • 10 Long
  • 12 Long
  • 14 Long
  • 16 Long
  • 18 Long
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Five-pocket styling gives our straight-leg jeans a classic fit that sits at your waist, fitted through the hip and thigh, and well within the boundaries of business-casual.

  • zip fly with button closure
  • cotton/LYCRA® spandex
  • washable
  • imported
  • misses: 31½" inseam
  • misses short: 29½" inseam
  • misses long: 33½" inseam  
  • petite: 29½" inseam
  • petite short: 27½" inseam
Rated 5 out of 5 by from jeans never in store or on line They never have my size in store or on line .I need 12 reg please get these jeans back
Date published: 2016-10-13
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Jeans These jeans are fine but not for me. The thigh area is always way too wide for my skinny legs.
Date published: 2016-10-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from these jeans really fit well I bought a size ten and I usually by a 12. They are long enough for my 34 inseam legs.
Date published: 2016-09-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from fit good and very comfortable I am able to buy these pants in a tall size. They fit well and are comfortable.
Date published: 2016-11-21
Rated 4 out of 5 by from like the fit love the new length and waist fit! would def buy these again!
Date published: 2016-11-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Finally jeans that fit... I originally bought these in misses regular length (sapphire blue; very dark, classy blue) to wear with boots. I loved them so much I bought 2 more pair - one in Misses Short sapphire blue and Petite in Rinse Wash (mid level dark w/"streaks" of "wash" across thighs). I love the way the Misses Short and Petite both fit. The Petite actually is a tiny bit longer than the short. The ultra dark sapphire blue is great for work or dressing up a bit to go out. The acid rinse is great for casual. The 1% spandex allows for just enough "give" without the jeans stretching out over the day and allows for great comfort. No sagging, riding up, or waist cutting into the stomach! It's been YEARS since I have found a pair of jeans to actually fit well. They also fit great in the "back view." The ultra in comfort. LOVE THESE!
Date published: 2015-04-10
Rated 1 out of 5 by from The dye in the jeans transfers to everything! I loved the fit of these jeans, and ordered an extra pair. When the first pair arrived, I read on the tag that the color of the jeans might transfer. This didn't really bother me, because my experience with other clothes has been that, after a few washings, dye transfer will stop. The fit was so perfect, I ordered the second. However, it is now several months later, and the dye is still coming off. My legs are blue when I take the jeans off. My hands are blue where they have come in contact with the jeans. My washing machine also turns blue inside when I was them and has to be cleaned out. These jeans are just not practical, even around the house. So disappointed! I would love to know if there is any solution for this. Won't buy this brand again.
Date published: 2015-02-27
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Wanted to Give Higher Marks Too bad the fabric is so thin...thin enough to be "jeggings" almost. The fit is fine, but the pockets are ridiculous. What's up with pockets in women's pants? Has the Ministry of Pockets decided that women don't need them, or are they deliberately designing pants that have smaller and smaller pockets with each fashion cycle to create an evolutionary step to ween women off of having pockets in their pants altogether? Last year, the pockets were smaller than the year before. This year, I can't get my hands in them beyond knuckle #2. Hum...there is a conspiracy afoot, methinks. These jeans have a nice deep blue color and are appropriate to wear with a tailored shirt to the office on casual days.
Date published: 2013-10-23
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I am having difficulty deciding which type of Liz Claiborne jeans to order because I cannot find any definitions and product reviews are not helping. This is the first time I have considered these jeans and any information is appreciated.
10 months ago
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I just returned a pair of the Liz Claiborne classic-fit straight leg jeans. These were suppose to be a tapered waist, regular fit in hips *not snug or baggy* and straight leg * hug your legs to the ankles; *the old style define of Classic fit". When I tried on, they were more like a size 20 in waist & hips instead of the 16 I ordered. The straight leg fit was the only thing the felt right with the jeans. The misses length is very long in these jeans. I had purchased a pair because of the 90/10 cotton Jean and these didn't have all the elastic. A city fit: lowest rise. Sits just above hip. Fitted through hip, with a straight leg. This fit reminds me of the old low waisted hip huggers with a flare leg. If considering LC Classic fit straight leg I would try these on in a store before purchase to get a good fit.
7 months ago
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It is my understanding that the "city fit" is more of a skinny jean with a bit lower rise just above the hip. The classic fit sits more at the natural waist. I absolutely love these jeans in the classic fit.
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Elizabeth, WV
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I think "classic fit" means they are not low riding jeans and come to the waist.
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Classic fit means the jeans are neither straight legged nor flared.
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They are about up to my waist. They are not "mom jeans." They are slimming, nice looking. I returned the 10L for an 8L.
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I like both of those fits as long as they are straight legs. I do not like boot cut. I think the classic fit sits a little lower on your waist and the City fit is exactly on your waist. I hope I don't have that backwards. I am 65 and don't go at all with the leggin style or the flared legs.
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GRAYSON,KY
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On the tighter fitting side on the legs. Roomy on the butt. I felt like I was very much in style with comfort.
9 months ago
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Chester, NY
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Classic fit generally means that that they are not a tight straight leg jean and not a big flared jean. They have a straight leg without being tight on the calf and ankle. They can be worn with a boot or without and still look great.
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I don't really know what they mean by those terms either, but these jeans in dark rinse color are great because you can dress them up or down and would look great with flats and a blazer or a nice blouse and could be worn out to a nice dinner, or around town doing errands. They have slim legs and are very neat/clean appearing. I'm really happy with my purchase of these jeans. I ended up buying 4 pairs so I could put two away for when the two I'm wearing wear out. These are great jeans and you will not regret buying them, except the narrow straight leg looks silly with regular sneakers so now I have "nice jeans" but now I need "nice shoes".
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I'm not sure whether they're "Classic fit" or "city fit", etc. The fit is good What I don't like is the dye that's in them. They've been washed three times and the dye still comes off on my skin. NOT GOOD!
9 months ago
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Because some of us ladies are not an "hourglass". When I was a size 1 or a size 3 (100 years ago), I had a straight build and have always had to buy pants and skirts for my waist (vs my hips), meaning that the rest of the garment was usually too big. Savvy manufacturers caught on to the various body types of women (i.e., Levi's, Liz Claiborne, etc.), designing certain "lines" within their companies to accommodate those differences, capturing more of the market.
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I don't find that to be the case. I have a larger waist in proportion to my hips though. I'd try a smaller size if I was you.
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fitsme good
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My experience is that liz classic fit does not sit at the waist. It is more a hip hugger or fits just below the navel.
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I have NEVER found the waste to be large . Love these jeans!!
Maybe you should try low rise. :)
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