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Best black skinny trouser for work?

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gotthearse Sat 27-Jun-15 14:03:29

I'm loosing weight and now have legs that would do for skinnies. Tried some naff ones on where the fit or the fabric wasn't up to much, can anyone recommend? Looking for something smart that will look good with my nice floaty chiffon tops, which are now a prospect again as boobs have shrunk down a few inches too. I am 5'4" with a 37 hip and a 28 waist but still loosing. Likely to be a 36 hip and 27 waist when diet is done. Thanks x

RandomMess Sat 27-Jun-15 14:12:56

My 18 year old DD like the M&S jegging things that were mentioned on here. Look awful on me though!

Kennington Sat 27-Jun-15 14:14:20


I have skinnies in matte and coated black
Side zip
Machine wash
1 min to iron
I wear to work a lot!
Whistles too but expensive and v polyester

MrsBertMacklin Sat 27-Jun-15 14:14:32

I like Sloane by Banana Republic.

Fletcherl Sat 27-Jun-15 15:12:04

I also recommend banana republic. I just bought fabulous ones in the Great Plains sale too.

ManicPixieDream Sat 27-Jun-15 15:18:53

I love Matalan for my black skinny work trousers. I'm only 5 ' so get them in petite. Have just bought an electric blue pair too. Very comfy and flattering.

TealFanClub Sat 27-Jun-15 19:04:08

im not a side zip fan
I go Gap ultra skinny

TealFanClub Sat 27-Jun-15 19:05:02

gotthearse Tue 14-Jul-15 00:16:51

Ooh thanks everyone have been checking these out. Have bought some cheapo matalan ones to tide me over till the diet is done, and will then treat myself to some nice gap or Cos smile

Shonajay Tue 14-Jul-15 05:04:26

Is that shop Joseph still around? I've had a pair of black wool mix skinnies from there for, I'm not kidding, fifteen years and they're still immaculate. They weren't the cheapest I remember , but they come out of the wash looking like they've been ironed and brand new!

gotthearse Mon 20-Jul-15 00:32:54

These look lovely, tho out of my league on price

MaryBerrysEyelashes Mon 20-Jul-15 07:26:18

I hate a side zip

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