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skinny jeans that are not sprayons?

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jammyjamjam Wed 05-Nov-14 17:38:56

Last year I followed advice here and got myself a pair of 19.99 'supersoft skinny' jeans from New Look. They were great! Very stretchy, comfortable, just below the waist not low on the hips and not sprayons but definitely skinny. Well, they don't do them anymore sad They do similar ones but they are 'superskinny' and not good for me. I'm a size 14 pear shape. Any ideas where I should be looking? Thanks

emsyj Wed 05-Nov-14 18:36:54

I am a size 12/14 pear shape and have just bought 2 pairs of the Gap High-rise 1969 Always Skinny jeans - they are very flattering IMO. They have a 40% off promotion til 10th November if you're signed up to emails - if not I will gladly forward you my (re-usable) code.

cathpip Wed 05-Nov-14 18:47:36

Next do a nice loose fit skinny, very flattering!. Fat face also have a lovely soft brushed fabric skinny, both are very comfortable.

jammyjamjam Wed 05-Nov-14 19:34:24

Thanks that's great! I'll have a look those

wishitwasstillhalloween Wed 05-Nov-14 19:43:35

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CQ Wed 05-Nov-14 19:46:33

I'm a size 16 and recently got a great pair in Mint Velvet and another from Phase 8 which I've never really thought of for jeans before.

At 48 yrs old and curvy I really thought skinny jeans were not for me, but I had a session with a personal shopper in John Lewis and she got me to try them. I'm a convert! Have to be a bit careful what I wear them with, mind hmm

jammyjamjam Thu 06-Nov-14 16:21:59

Great advice thanks! I've looked online at your suggestions but I think I'll go shopping next week and try some on. I never wore skinny jeans before last year and I love them, but I've only ever owned the 2 pairs that I got from New Look and which I can no longer find. Thanks for pointing me in the right direction...btw....never worn jeggings so I might give them a try too, but aren't they very skinny?

chillychops Thu 06-Nov-14 18:13:04

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