Mini Cider Clothing Review: Beige Trousers

Today I’m sharing a Mini Shop Cider Clothing Review with one of my first Cider pieces. You can find my full review of Shop Cider Clothing and shopping tips here. 

Mini Shop Cider Clothing Review: The Beige Trousers

When I placed my first order on Cider Clothing a few months ago we were starting to see a lot more of this trouser trend. I wasn’t certain they were a daily staple for me (life with four kids) and I didn’t want to splurge on a more expensive pair when my body is still changing quite a bit (post partum life).

But, Cider had a few different options for wide leg trousers. And the price point was under $30.

I’ve styled and worn them a few different ways over the last few months and here are my thoughts:

First impressions: 

So I didn’t love these beige trousers right out of the bag. In part it is because they were a tiny bit tight. I’ve lost a little bit of baby weight since then so they fit a lot better around the waist now.

They are thin. They need to be steamed.


These trousers are 100% polyester and don’t have any stretch. They are unlined and need a good steam to not be wrinkled (this is my favorite steamer from Amazon that I use).

The material is thin and doesn’t do you any favors (doesn’t hold you in very well).

I love the way they drape while you’re wearing them and the pleated details at the top.


The trousers run true to size and I was a bit ambitious with my initial sizing order but a few months later they fit a lot better and I am really liking them. I am wearing a 34 (xs) and am usually a 25 in jeans right now).

I am 5’4″ and you can see how they fit here with just sneakers. They’re still a little long and touch the ground with sneakers but I don’t have to wear high heels which I love. I wore them with some kitten heels at a conference this week and they were the perfect length.

Styling Ideas

  • With a cream sweater and neutral shoes
  • With a black or white bodysuit to balance out the flowy pants
  • With any kind of stripe
  • With sneakers and a graphic tee
  • With low heels and a button down


These are listed at $32 and I got them for just around $25 with whatever promotion they were running at the time.


I’m a fan! These are very versatile. These were the perfect way to dip my toes into the trouser trend and I have been getting a lot more wear out of them than I initially thought.

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  1. Your beige trousers fit well and are perfect for spring, and you have a great figure.