Revolve Clothing

Dita Petite Bootcut

Dita Petite Bootcut

$118.00 $168.00

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ABOUT Citizens of Humanity

Established in 2003, CITIZENS OF HUMANITY has charmed the fashion world with a rigorous commitment to cutting edge denim styling, supreme comfort and fit without compromise. CITIZENS OF HUMANITY designs, markets and produces over one million pairs of jeans annually in their own off site laundries. Each piece of CITIZENS OF HUMANITY is unique and handcrafted to perfection.

  • Wash - Pacific
  • 98% cotton , 2% elastan
  • 14" in the knee breaks to 17" at the leg opening
  • Distressing along pockets and hem
  • This item is not available for international export
  • Revolve Style No. CITI-WJ528
  • Manufacturer Style No. 1023N-001
  • 31.5" Inseam
  • 8.5" Rise
  • Modeled in size 26.
  • Model Measurements: Height 5'7", Waist 25", Bust 32", Hips 33"
  • Size Guide

pdp review results 0.0
As Is

I agree with other reviews....this are great jeants, nice fabric, very flattering adn sexy, little darker than the picture

(Some Curves/Short) mexico
As Is

These are really great jeans. The color is a deep blue (a little darker than the photo) that is professional for work, and the jeans are very classic-looking and comfortable. I love the rise- it's not so low that your crack will show when you bend over. And I love that these jeans do not have uncomfortable, hot, stiff polyester in them like so many designer jeans are now using. I'm 5'3" and 115 lbs. and the 26 fits me nicely.

(Some Curves/Short)
As Is

I'm 5'4, size 26 in most jeans. I ordered size 26 and it fits nicely. The wash is somewhat a little darker than the picture. The length is a bit long still so no flip flop here. I put on a 2 inches heels and the length is great. The waist is a bit high compare to all other jeans I have. I guess it is good because this feature of the jean does a good job extending your leg. I'm a runner and my thighs are quite muscular, the dark wash give the illusion of a slimmer look. I'm keeping it :)

(Some Curves/Average Height) anaheim
Size Down

Color looks exactly like in the picture. Fit true to size. I wear a 26 in AG, Paige;25/26 in 7 Jeans, get these in 26. The material is relatively thin, but will be enough for fall and early winter. It's a true boot cut, not flare, which I like. They might have shrunk a little after wash, but very subtle. Overall these jeans are comfortable and they make your legs look good, I recommend them.

(Some Curves/Average Height) Atlanta, GA
As Is

Okay this is going to be kind of a loooong review. I'm denim obsessed. Citizens of Humanity have re-designed their denim. Last year they replaced their Pacific wash with New Pacific. The New Pacific was darker, the material thinner and the sizing bigger. Overall they looked cheap. I've been wearing citizens since high school, I'm now married with children, and needless to say I was quite disappointed. I contacted Citizens of Humanity's corporate office and shared my concerns with them. Among other things, I suggested they go back to Pacific Blue. Now this is purely coincidental, but they did. I was extremely eager and excited to try the 'new' jeans. While the material had improved a bit, I found the jeans to stretch out way more than they should, they were still too thin. So what did I do? That's right I gave them a ring. A couple of months later (yesterday 2/18) I went to the mall and while looking in the petite section I decided to take a peek in the citizenâ??s rack. Immediately I noticed how the denim felt a little thicker, so I tried on a pair. Perfection! They are more fitted, do not stretch out and the color is great. The sales associate said that they had just gotten these last Wednesday. So try on a couple of pairs and shop around a little, before deciding on a pair. Again I think it's purely coincidental that Citizens made the improvements I suggested, but I'm sure glad I contacted them.

(Some Curves/Average Height) Arlington, VA
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