Rated 5 out of 5
by BriarsMommy This Product is Great
Before buying the pants I read the reviews, of course, being plus size on top of being pregnant I was really nervous about purchasing maternity clothes. The pants are comfortable and stretchy! I was worried about the over belly material rolling down as I would sit down or get up but I never had a problem. There was plenty of room to bend, squat, and sit in the pants without having to worry about them being too tight or having to pull and tug on them all day. I am tall and they are kind of a bit long but nothing that cant be fixed with the right shoe :)
If you are looking for comfortable pants these are it especially being a plus size mommy to be!
September 30, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Candysan Comfortable Pregnancy Pants
The quality is the same as normal work pants so I am very happy you cannot tell they are pregnancy pants. They are very comfortable and stretchy. They will get me through work for the next few months. They seem true to size as well. I'm size 14 and the Large is perfect.
August 22, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Kitty44 Wardrobe essential for moms-to-be!
I purchased both the grey and black in a size small (pre-pregnancy size) as a gift for my daughter as she enters her last trimester. She is very happy to have some work essentials that are comfortable and stylish. She is 5'7" and the inseam was perfect. Fabric is easy care. Purchased on sale so great value for the price! Thank you, JCP.
August 11, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by nycrjw Easy go to pants
I bought these in black and grey in what I considered to be my pre-pregnancy size. They fit. They don't seem to have any odd cut to them so there's no weird hip shaping to stick out. The fabric of the legs isn't very heavy but also isn't shiny polyester. It also isn't so light that cellulite shows through if the fabric is stretched a bit. The belly material feels like it won't be stretchy when you're putting them on but I've come to appreciate it as supportive. It also keeps the pants from sagging down like some other pants do that have very stretchy belly material. I would rather that the belly part be the same color as the pants material but otherwise they're good. They're also on the long side. I'm 5'7" w/most of my height in my legs so I sometimes find pants are too short. These are a nice length and also have about a 1" hem. They might not be long enough for tall heels but could deal with a low heel for my height.
March 30, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Kels Great pants.
The pants came in and were exactly what I was looking for.
July 18, 2016
Rated 1 out of 5 by PregoThighs Not for 'Big Thighs" :(
Although good quality fabric, the fabric has no stretch or give. I have large thighs and expected the 'wide leg' to accommodate, but it did not. I also wish the fabric of the pants and the fabric of the stretch waist was the same.
June 15, 2016
Rated 3 out of 5 by mlambert0810 Runs CRAZY Small
So, after reading the reviews on the straight leg version of these pants, I decided that the wide leg was probably the best option for me as I tend to like a bit more room through the thigh and hip. In anticipation of additional weight gain through my pregnancy (I'm only 20 weeks), I bought a size larger than my pre-pregnancy size (I am a 1X; I ordered a 2X). When they arrived, I tried them on and they were so tight through the hips and thighs that the price tags literally popped off. So frustrating.
The quality of the material is nice, but they were also a bit long for my 5'5" height and would definitely need to be hemmed, so factor that into the cost. I liked that the belly portion was a nude color and wouldn't show through white or light colored shirts I wore.
But, they're going back to the store. The lesson here, for me, is pay more in the stores so you can try things on and not go weeks without maternity pants.
October 20, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Gabbiegurl Love the pants and my girls are glad they are plus size
JCP was the only place to find plus size maternity pants and my girls love them, The quality of the product is great.
June 8, 2016