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Good quality Capri pants/trousers which don't bag at the knee - where are they?!

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YouDoVooDoo Wed 23-Apr-14 07:24:54

I bought some from Primark (I know) and they looked good on and then by the afternoon they were all baggy round knees and bum. My friend bought some £50 from M and S and the same happened to hers!

Anybody found any good ones? Am size 14/16 generally fat legs (blush) but good ankles. Find straight leg/linen trousers just too vast all over once big enough to fit over fat stomach. I sound lovely don't I grin

BingoWingsBeGone Wed 23-Apr-14 07:27:23

I recently bought some from Dotty P's. Only worn them twice but have held their shape well so far.

YouDoVooDoo Wed 23-Apr-14 07:38:26

Dotty P you say?! Can't remember last time I went in one (our high street one has closed) - I'll try when I'm in town, thanks!

GeneralGrevious Wed 23-Apr-14 07:39:36

H&M have some with 2% elastase they are lovely (and cheap)

Walnut8 Wed 23-Apr-14 13:15:45

Have heard good things about the Boden ones??

Cakebaker35 Wed 23-Apr-14 13:22:29

Boden excellent quality, worth every penny as last ages. Look out for sales/offers, they have lots on.

polyhymnia Wed 23-Apr-14 13:42:00

Boden have 25% off trousers today.

YouDoVooDoo Wed 23-Apr-14 13:48:08

Ruddy boden, all the decent colours in the bistro crop trousers are either sold out or a billion years wait, WTF is their problem with stocking angry

Gillybobs Wed 23-Apr-14 15:41:41

The boden Chelsea trousers are actually better than the bistro crops, have more stretch so no bagging

polyhymnia Wed 23-Apr-14 17:06:32

Yes, agree the Chelseas are better. Definitely recommend.

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