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I bought two of these pants for work. I'm a waitress at a fine dining establishment in Chicago. I love everything Calvin Klein, and wanted quality, so I went with these. I am on my feet for work, and do a lot of walking. I got terrible rashes between my thighs the first couple of times I wore these pants. Like not just thighs rubbing together rashes, but the entire inside of my thigh inflammed and burning rashes. And my thighs looked discolored, like blue or something. The next time I'm doing my laundry, I'm sorting my 5 BRAND NEW JUST PURCHASED white work shirts, and I notice ALL of my white work shirts have black streaks on them right where my white shirts would meet the waist of these pants. It's not like I'm sweating profusely for my job. And then I notice even my underwear got dyed. I have never seen dye leach like this onto clothing before. I soaked, scrubbed, and washed my white work shirts about three times in Oxy Clean and laundry soap trying to get these stains out, and I cant. I can still see the streaks when I tuck my shirts in so they are unuseable. Bottom line, my work shirts all have to be replaced. They're $25 a piece. So I paid $120 for two pair of these pants because I was sure they were quality coming from Calvin Klein, whose brand I love, and I am going to have to turn around and pay $125 bucks to replace all my work shirts. Not to mention my underwear. I work in fine dining. I can't walk around with stained, streaky shirts. They are "dry clean only", even though these pants are not made of anything special that would warrant that. A lot of clothes I swear say dry clean only because they want to sound special. These are just thin crappy polyester pants that you cannot tuck anything into, or they will leak black dye all over your shirt. Hope you don't have to walk in them, because they will leak dye all over your thighs and irritate your skin. Don't wear nice underwear because they will leak black dye all over them too. I don't see how you could wear them without washing them first, otherwise they are going to destroy everything they touch. From what I read, black dye is also pretty toxic to your skin as well. Just eww. I am 5'7" and with a 32" inseam, and I had to have these tailored as they were disproportionately long. I'd say the inseam is about a 33, as my tailor took about an inch off. Also, these pants are REALLY thin. Don't expect them to last very long. I would return these pieces of crap, but I altered them, and the refund wouldn't be enough to cover what these POS pants cost me as I have to replace all my work shirts too. This is either a fake company selling fake Calvin Klein or Calvin Klein really shat the bed on these pants. Most of by bras are CK, my favorite fleeces are CK, and a lot of my jeans and other clothes are CK. I will think twice before buying CK in the future. Especially anything black.
Might be a fake - I have a Calvin Klein suit from Macy’s , and it looks and feels fantastic; no wrinkles, perfect fit. Same goes for classic fit pants in navy. These pants here have a synthetic liner, the fabric wrinkles easily, is thin and feels cheap. They hung on me weird. Also noticed the button had a cheap-looking matte finish; the ones from Macy’s are shiny. Would not recommend; returned three items total, two pairs of pants and a blazer.
They have ere way too large and way too long. At least a whole foot longer than normal pants!!! They had a terrible and very strong chemical smell to them. I went out of town so couldn't return them right away so now stuck with them!
Ordered a size 8 and received a size 14, difficulties returning since I am currently on a deployed operation and trying to tailor a size 14 to an 8 is not really going to work. sad cause they look and feel legit.