J brand jeans

(8 Posts)
zippyswife Mon 17-Oct-16 11:10:18

I remember reading recommendations for J Brand jeans on here. If I'm a size 10 but thick waist apple (small bum slim legs) what waist size should I be?

whitesklyer Tue 18-Oct-16 13:54:39

Can deffo recommend Zippy, your figure sounds v like mine a waistless wonder sad, if you can try on size 27 or 28? The pair I have are quite high-waisted, and probably 2 years old. They are wearing well too.

acurtis1234 Tue 18-Oct-16 16:10:10

I love J Brand jeans they are my favourites. I am a UK10 and take a 28" in the Maria high waisted skinnies but a 26" in the Ellis boyfriend. But I find I have to size down with all boyfriend style jeans regardless of brand, I clearly don't like to wear them as low slung as they are supposed to be worn!

J Brand repeat many styles year after year, so old stock is often found much cheaper on The Outnet. They seem to keep the style but change the colour wash slightly or even just change the name of the wash but it will be the same as a current version.

JanetStWalker Tue 18-Oct-16 19:07:28

Agree with the others, try a 28 first and go from there. I'm similar size and shape by the sound of it and JBrand are the most flattering designer jeans I've found for my body type.

LondonSouth28 Tue 18-Oct-16 19:12:06

Also a big fan of them. I find they come up large, so take a smaller size than normal with them. They wash well too. I do find I have to wash them quite frequently as they do lose their shape quite quickly.

zippyswife Wed 19-Oct-16 07:25:06

Thanks for the replies. I won a pair of skinnies on eBay for a fiver! So just awaiting their arrival. I hope they're not too big I went for 28" but after reading these I think they might be. I'll keep you posted!

zippyswife Fri 21-Oct-16 13:04:03

Had to update- my fiver bargain j brand jeans just arrived. Fit like a glove super soft too! Beautiful grey/blue colour! (I normally have ebay disasters so this makes up for it!!)

JanetStWalker Fri 21-Oct-16 17:46:31

Congratulations, that's a cracking bargain!

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