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Katenka Thu 18-Feb-16 06:59:09

Thank you in advance for any advice given.

I am currently losing weight. Should have lost it by my birthday at the bringing of May.

I am putting money away every time I lose to save up for some nice pairs of jeans.

I have never had a pair that I feel comfortable even when I was slim. They either gape at the back or feel like they are coming down and I keep having to pull them back up.

I am a kick boxer so have fairly muscular thighs and a fairly big bum even when my body fat is low. I also have quite long legs.

I was wondering if someone could point me in the right direction as I am planning on where to go shopping for my birthday.

Many thanks

Katenka Thu 18-Feb-16 07:00:46

Oh I would be looking for a couple of pairs for during the day and a couple for evening.

RoganJosh Thu 18-Feb-16 07:00:56

Not answering your question, but are you having these problems when you're wearing a belt with them?

Katenka Thu 18-Feb-16 07:01:48

I have never worn a belt as I always find them uncomfortable when I sit down. Should I get one?

RoganJosh Thu 18-Feb-16 07:04:04

It would open up your options I think.

Katenka Thu 18-Feb-16 07:05:02

Thank you. I will get one a try it out. smile

duplodancer Thu 18-Feb-16 07:06:53

Soft eg woven belts are more comfy I reckon

LondonHuffyPuffy Thu 18-Feb-16 10:28:14

I've lost quite a bit of weight in the last year and have invested in a couple of pairs of 7 for All mankind jeans. They are higher waisted, incredibly flattering and have good stretch. They keep their shape, don't fall down even without a belt. I bloody love them. I have a wide bum (curses!) and quite chunky legs too, even now I am slimmer. I have rugby player legs sad even though I have never played rugby

I bought one pair in the USA and one pair from Next of all places. The latter were £160 but I put some Xmas vouchers towards them.

I also like Abercombie & Fitch jeans though they're not as comfy as the 7fam ones.

Katenka Thu 18-Feb-16 11:42:41

Thank you. Will try a soft woven belt.

Will get looking at wear I can try the 7 for all mankind in our area. I should have quite a bit of money saved up and would rather spend more and finally have decent jeans.

High waisted sounds good for me.

Thank you

MumInBrussels Thu 18-Feb-16 18:14:13

It might also be worth looking for jeans that you find comfortable on your bum/thighs, and get someone who can sew to adjust the waist. Here, lots of clothes shops offer this kind of alterations service, and there are independent businesses that do, too - it's not very expensive. Maybe see if anyone knows of a good person near you who could help, if you don't sew yourself?

Greengardenpixie Thu 18-Feb-16 18:27:27

'jeggings' are also another option. They are a cross between jeans and leggings. I have two pairs of jeggings from white stuff. One is in a black wash and the other mid denim. I love them and they are ultra comfy. Worth having aswell. Next also do good ones.

PreAdvent13610 Thu 18-Feb-16 18:45:07

Diesel, Replay and M&S plus another vote for 7forallmankind.
I also have chunky thighs (according to my jeans) and find huge gaps around the waist.
Best bet is hit the shops, in a big town where there is loads of choice. Wear decent knickers and easy to take off shoes and trousers. Try on every pair you can. Just as you find a brand that seems to fit, the bastards will change the house model and you will need to start the search again.

Katenka Thu 18-Feb-16 20:01:36

Thank you for all the advice!

Jeggings maybe an idea. Will go and try a load on, including jeggings.

muminbrussels I never thought of that. My auntie is a dress maker. She made my wedding dress. Thank you!

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