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Please can somebody suggest some jeans that might work for me, boring i know but I'm desperate

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thewhitequeen Tue 24-Sep-13 21:17:18

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AgathaF Tue 24-Sep-13 21:24:13

Have you tried Red Herring?

SorrelForbes Tue 24-Sep-13 21:26:35

Gap High Rise Skinnies - fantastic jeans.

I'm a 10/12 and wear a 28 in Gap jeans so you may want to try a 26.

mysticminstrel Tue 24-Sep-13 21:31:42

these changed my life. But they were only £60 when I bought them off Amazon last week confused

thewhitequeen Tue 24-Sep-13 21:42:23

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goodasitgets Wed 25-Sep-13 22:35:03

M&S 5 pocket jeggings (ignore the name, they have a zip/button fly)
They seem to suck everything in grin
If you're stuck with sizes then go for the ones that seem tight as they do give

Rattitude Wed 25-Sep-13 22:54:39

I have got the Gap high rise skinnies but they became baggy on my bottom after only one day's wear, so not a great buy in my opinion.

I recently bought the sculpt and lift M&S jeans (straight leg and in black) and I have found them great, so much so that I have ordered another pair. I got the 10 Long. I am typically a size 10 at M&S for trousers.

It is worth trying them on if you get the chance. They also sell a sculpt and lift skinny model.

SorrelForbes Wed 25-Sep-13 23:31:44

Hmmm my Gap HRS never go baggy. Do you use fabric condito

IWillOnlyEatBeans Thu 26-Sep-13 11:06:04

Dorothy Perkins Baileys fit my post-DS2 body really well. They are skinny without being indecent (like the Next jeggings I tried on!) and have not gone baggy anywhere. They don't fall down constantly like the annoying slim leg jeans I got from Next. I have them in indigo and grey!

ItsAllGoingToBeFine Thu 26-Sep-13 11:10:17

Levi's Curve ID. They come in different styles/rises and thigh/hip/bum/waist ratios so you should get a pretty good fit.

gallopinghorse Thu 26-Sep-13 11:15:07

I bought two pairs of George wonder fit jeans, they are very comfy and fit really nicely

Rattitude Thu 26-Sep-13 18:35:14

Sorrel, yes, I do use fabric conditioner but I actually wore the Gap jeans without having first washed them and on the second day, they had become baggy. It is possible that I bought too big a size... I am not sure.

AgathaF Thu 26-Sep-13 18:52:55

Does using fabric conditioner make jeans go baggy? I always use it. Some I find go baggy quickly, other not at all.

Marylou2 Thu 26-Sep-13 18:59:05

Uniqlo extra skinnies are fab. No bagging, no muffin top.I could cry when I think of the money I wasted on expensive jeans before I found them. Only tiny issue is the length, I'm 5'8 and have to shorten them but that's no bother.

LilyBossom Thu 26-Sep-13 19:04:10

I have the George at Asda bum and tum jeans and they are amazing,enough stretch but feel lovely and snug, high waisted and don't sag at all, and only £14 atm too.

Choccyjules Thu 26-Sep-13 20:22:39

I was recommended Not Your Daughter's Jeans post-baby and still get them (the bootcut ones). Cut for women who have given birth. Not cheap (or rather not what I usually pay!) From John Lewis.

SorrelForbes Thu 26-Sep-13 20:54:53

I find that Gap jeans come up really big. I always cram myself into the smallest size possible knowing that they will give (enough to allowing breathing and sitting!).

DoBatsEatCats Thu 26-Sep-13 20:58:47

Salsa jeans are good. Uniqlo also excellent and much cheaper than Salsa, and in London shops they will shorten them for you (on the day you buy them!).

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