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Posted on:2/27/08 11:54 PM

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Lori V said...
Cute pants. This is a cute pattern.
2/28/08 0:07 AM
Karen8320 said...
Nancy, I think you're right about the fit being a bit baggy in the legs, however the pants still look good. The fabric gives them a really smart look and the most important thing is that they are comfortable, which they obviously are.
2/28/08 2:22 AM
LauraLo said...
The pants look very nice, Nancy. And I love the Burda jacket
2/28/08 4:28 AM
ryan's mom said...
Your pants look very nice. And that was a very wise decision to bump down a size. Big 4 pull-on pants patterns always scare me in the amount of ease they have sometimes.
2/28/08 6:40 AM
Ronda Rae said...
Definitely. I made some pull on pants from the big 4 and they were HUGE! Your's look very nice.
2/28/08 7:16 AM
marjenann said...
What more could you ask for in pants?? Comfort and style! You have both! Great look! Annette
2/28/08 8:21 AM
Enid E said...
Nice outfit! It looks comfortable . I have the same size hips you do, but I use a Size 12, as Nancy Zieman suggests and add to the waist and hip area, and the leg area is fine as drafted., unless you need thigh adjustments.
2/28/08 9:35 AM
CynthiaSue said...
The pants look stylish, comfortable and high end casual-like(what a horrible adjective I just made up). You should check out all of Loes Hinse's pants. 90% of them are pull ons and VERY stylish for being pull ons-well drafted. She recommends the Oxford, Cruise pants and I can't remember the 3rd but at her seminar, the women were making these up in droves and they looked great! That jacket is fabulous. The cut is excellent for you and you should have 3-5 of them as a basic for your wardrobe. Just think of all the colors-black, pink, red and with jeans!! You could just throw the jackets on with a pair of jeans and a t-shirt underneath and you can walk out the door as instant fashionista.
2/28/08 10:38 AM
HawkeMorningStar7 said...
Very nice outfit Nancy, great classics, love the fabric combos and cute jacket.
2/28/08 11:56 AM
Nancy K said...
Nice job Nancy. They look like they will be comfortable for work.
2/28/08 4:08 PM
lilyofthevalley said...
Stylish, comfy, easy - the great trio. They really look exceptionally good on you. (And yes, cropped blouse included with the pattern is really cute.) Your pants look great with your lovely Burda jacket. -Lily
2/28/08 7:58 PM
Schnauzer said...
Nancy, Your jacket and pants look very nice.
2/28/08 8:41 PM
Grammy Gin said...
Everyone else commented on your outfit Nancy, so I will say ditto plus I LOVE your shoes with the outfit. Reminds me of some that I remember seeing my Mom wearing in photos from the 40's. Your weight loss is terrific, also. ;) Ginny
2/29/08 5:26 PM
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