I was disappointed with my order :(. I've been wearing men's Dickies trousers for work up to now, because few places nearby stock women's, but struggle to find sizes small enough around the waist. I ordered from the Dickies website eventually and was really pleased to find a women's work trouser range. I love everything about the product I chose EXCEPT the fact that the waist is super low rise. Without exaggeration, this low cut made it so uncomfortable and difficult to do my job properly, due to the fact that I needed to stop and pull my trousers up every time I knelt down or leant to reach for a tool! It's so frustrating that fashion in women's work wear is prioritised over practicality.
I ordered these trousers in a 16 (my normal size at M&S) and an 18, in case they came up small. Both were too small, which made me feel like an elephant. I noticed as I tried on the size 18s that the waist is particularly low and nowhere near true waist level, which I would find very uncomfortable to work in so I wouldn't have reordered even if they had been sold in a larger size. On the plus side, the trousers were very well made and well designed, with loads of handy pockets.
A bit disappointed. Very good quality and just what I wanted but, these trousers are not suitable for us girls with a curvy figures. More hipsters than high waist and not suitable for the environment in which I work hence only 2 stars.
Good quality trousers but the sizes are really big. I am always a UK size 10, but these are huge!! More like a large UK 12 i would say, and pretty baggy in the legs. Seems bizzare how they don't sell them in smaller sizes than a 10.... but seems to be a common problem with womens work trousers.. why can't small women get work wear to fit?!
I am usually a size 10 but purchased size 12 just to give a bit of extra room if I wanted to wear thermal leggings underneath but were STILL too small so dreadful fit.