To ask where I can get a flattering pair of jeggings?

(21 Posts)
Laurel1979 Wed 30-Jul-14 16:42:34

Any tips would be appreciated! I always used to buy M&S pull on jeggings, but they have been out of stock in my size and colour for weeks..... I want a medium or dark blue pair in size 16, in the past I have tried a few brands but these were the I it ones that were high waisted enough to cover my considerable tummy, and that didn't fall down or become baggy at the knees during the day. If anyone knows any good brands I would be very grateful!

Laurel1979 Wed 30-Jul-14 16:44:34

Sorry for typos, darn autocorrect....

PeppermintInfusion Wed 30-Jul-14 16:51:32

Have you tried the Dorothy Perkins Eden Jeggings?

MummaB1014 Wed 30-Jul-14 16:55:48

Matalan! Mine are amazing, although I'm in need of a new pair as I've stretched the hell out of them (preggers). They're not expensive and a lovely fit. Mine are a dark blue jegging, but think they were available in a range of colours.

Happy shopping!

FrankSaysNo Wed 30-Jul-14 16:56:50

M&S "eva" they hide all manner of sin! Plus they have oodles of colours

Cric Wed 30-Jul-14 16:58:10

I would also go with dorthy Perkins!

I've got some from River Island which are nice and fit well.

Apparently New Look do a good pair with lots of stretch.

Ronmione Wed 30-Jul-14 16:59:13

Dorothy Perkins do elasticed waist ones that are good at covering, but I find they don't last that long

Ronmione Wed 30-Jul-14 17:00:44
Laurel1979 Wed 30-Jul-14 17:51:40

Ooh thanks for the suggestions! I feel a shopping trip coming on........

CantThinkOfAGoodUserName Wed 30-Jul-14 18:30:13

Forever 21 and not expensive either

nyldn Wed 30-Jul-14 18:54:12

agree with forever 21!!! only ones I like and so cheap too!

sinisterfish Wed 30-Jul-14 18:55:11

zara

Laurel1979 Wed 30-Jul-14 19:22:36

Oh I haven't hear of Forever 21, just had a look at their website, looks great. Thanks for all your replies!

HermioneDanger Wed 30-Jul-14 19:23:44

Uniqlo. Much thicker denim than the M&S ones so they really hold everything in.

Oldraver Wed 30-Jul-14 19:26:14

M and Co have some with little buttons at the bottom. They are a nice weight.

ChickenMe Wed 30-Jul-14 21:33:42

I have several pairs from the Tu range (Sains) they are pretty flattering and generously sized. They hold the belly in.

Acolyte Wed 30-Jul-14 21:36:12

Sainsbury's Tu ones, £12.
I use one for horse riding and they don't knee at all.

Sparklypants Wed 30-Jul-14 22:31:11

I have a really lovely pair from topshop. Thick material and they look great with everything.

foodtech Wed 30-Jul-14 22:40:54

I second sainsbury's. Got a few in loads of colours.

Laurel1979 Thu 31-Jul-14 00:10:12

I think I'll call into Sainsburys and have a look, thanks again everyone for the suggestions

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