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Non skinny jeans for girls 3-4 yrs, where?

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miche8 Thu 18-Oct-12 10:37:01

After having 2 very skinny boys I now have a normal sized girl and she doesnt look very comfy in skinny jeans, they restrict her movement and mark her legs, she is not over weight. Have bought her Boden jeans in the past which were ok but before I order more just wondering if anyone recommends other brands, have to order online or shall I order boys jeans? Thanks

PrincessOfChina Thu 18-Oct-12 10:42:30

DD has some fairly loose jeans from Tesco. I think they were a fiver.

Stevie77 Thu 18-Oct-12 10:44:55

Asda, Gap

LadyofWinterfell Thu 18-Oct-12 10:45:12

Tesco or asda. DD1 prefers loose jeans and this is the best place i've found. DD2 lives in skinnies!

shoppingbagsundereyes Thu 18-Oct-12 10:46:51

I got some lovely ones with cotton lining and a soft waist band for dd from mothercare a couple of weeks ago

beachyhead Thu 18-Oct-12 10:47:38

Boys Sainsburys ones are ok..

RillaBlythe Thu 18-Oct-12 10:55:38

H&M do "boyfriend" jeans for small girls. The term really fucks me off but the jeans are nice & loose.

valiumredhead Thu 18-Oct-12 11:25:08

Tesco.

RamblingRosa Thu 18-Oct-12 11:30:07

A bit more ££ but Vertbaudet do jeans that come in either straight or flared cut and in three "fits" (slim, regular, and full) with different waist sizes. You can often get them much cheaper with various codes/discounts.

ellargh Thu 18-Oct-12 11:32:30

Asda for around £4 a pair.

Longtalljosie Thu 18-Oct-12 11:36:38

DD has some baggyish jeans from Jojo Maman Bebe

PerryCombover Thu 18-Oct-12 11:40:03

what about jeggings? loads of stretch?
gap do different fits
next too and cute little cuffed ones great with waterboots

curlyLJ Thu 18-Oct-12 12:30:12

have you tried Primark?

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