The slim fit dress pants you see in jeans, and in dresses, fit the bill for women of any size.
And if you’re like me, they’re perfect for work.
But how do you know if they’ll fit you in the office?
This is where slim fit comes in.
The slim fit has a special way of measuring the waist.
A thin waist means your pants are not wide enough to reach around your torso and your waist, which makes them slim.
But slim fit does not require a waist measurement.
Instead, it measures the circumference of the waistband.
That’s how it measures from the bottom of the pant to the top of the hem.
So if you have a 34″ waist, a slim fit pant will measure 34″ from the top edge of the front of the pants to the bottom edge of your waistband, which is what we measured in the first place.
In this case, that means a slim fitting pant measures 34″ at the top, 33″ at bottom, and 33″ from top to bottom.
The size of the bottom half of the belt is the same as the size of your belt, which means the waist measurement for this pant is 32″ from waist to bottom edge.
That means your slim fit trousers measure 33″ tall and 33 1/2″ wide.
The pant measures 33 1 / 2″ tall at the bottom and 33 3/4″ wide at the front.
So a slimfit trousers measures 33 3 / 4″ tall from waistline to waistband and 33 2/3″ wide from front to back.
The bottom half is 33 1 1/4” tall and the top half is 34″ tall.