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jeans...not low rise, keeps everything in, on a budget!

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keeponkeepinon Fri 15-Apr-16 19:27:21

I need a new pair of jeans with stretch, a decent rise for my ample behind and fairly skinny. Last pairs were george wondersculpt and I thought they were great but a hole gas ripped in them after about six months of practically daily wear. I don't want to spend much on jeans as I'm always planning to lose a bit (but haven't really managed it for years)
Apart from getting another pair of the wondersculpt, anywhere else I should try? Ps I always need a short leg.

Zola1980 Fri 15-Apr-16 19:30:41

i like Next high waist enhancer, i wear slim but think they do a skinny pair

Mitfordhons Fri 15-Apr-16 20:38:12

Sainsburys Girlfriend jeans are amazing, I used to pay a fortune for jeans but these are perfect.

MissTurnstiles Fri 15-Apr-16 21:05:53

Gok for Tu at sainsburys skinnies. Not the jeggings. Black ones in store at the moment. They are the bomb.

CharleyDavidson Fri 15-Apr-16 21:09:10

I also love sainsbury's TU jeans.

keeponkeepinon Fri 15-Apr-16 21:10:02

Ok maybe a little trip to j sainsbury inthe nnear future!

fredabear Fri 15-Apr-16 21:18:52

next high waist

HixieRice Fri 15-Apr-16 21:20:00

these are really comfy

Toffeelatteplease Fri 15-Apr-16 22:12:37

Depends whether you like boot cut. If you do Marks and Spencer slim bootcut is awesome

JenniferAnistonsHair Fri 15-Apr-16 22:14:52

I've got Sainsburys high waisted skinnies. Love them.

keeponkeepinon Sat 16-Apr-16 07:52:35

Looking for a skinny cut, not boot cut. I've just realised this probably isnt clear from what I said. They need to cover my ample behind and be a fairly skinny cut. I'm not skinny, I want the jeans to be narrow leg though!

ohforfoxsake Sat 16-Apr-16 08:08:59

I've just bought Next waist enhancer jeans. Bloody awful. I buy Next jeans as am short of leg and they are the only ones that fit me length wise (petite range). But the waist in these are like bloody maternity jeans. I'm a robust 14 in Next vanity sized clothes and these are way off the mark around the waist. I'm hoping they will shrink to some level of snugness.

BestIsWest Sat 16-Apr-16 08:18:01

M&S slim bootcut are great. Not flared at all and still quite narrow at the bottom but not clingy.

jedishelly1 Sat 16-Apr-16 08:21:03

Tesco tube jeans are fab! High waisted, great stretch!

reader77 Sat 16-Apr-16 08:27:26

Zara body curve skinny jeans are so comfy and stretchy. I got a pair in every colourgrin

ShouldHaveListenedInBiology Sat 16-Apr-16 08:30:30

I've recently bought a couple of pairs of Levi 311 Shaping Skinny jeans. I got two for £99 at one of the retail outlet places and they are amazing. Decent high waist, good amount of stretch and very flattering on the behind!

merlottime Sat 16-Apr-16 08:34:03

Peacocks do nice, cheap, short leg jeans

MadamoiselleMango Sat 16-Apr-16 09:03:43

Topshop Jamie jeans are mega comfy and have a great shape but also get holes quite easily.

IGIG Sat 16-Apr-16 09:26:10

Sorry to hijack the thread, would any of these suggestions work for 16 with round tummy to hold in please? And not too skinny?

Thank you x

Horispondle Sat 16-Apr-16 09:39:36

M&S super soft 5 pocket jeggings £22 stay up well on me. I can't abide anything tight round the waist or a belt and my usual Tooshop/River Island ones were driving me crazy with the constant pulling up!

fastdaytears Sat 16-Apr-16 09:42:19

I came on to say Asda Wondersculpt so that's not much help is it?

NicknameUsed Sat 16-Apr-16 09:44:15

What is the difference between girlfriend and boyfriend jeans? I have been looking at them on the Sainsburys website and they look the same.

elsiewoo Sat 16-Apr-16 09:44:21

I always buy Gap resolution high rise skinny jeans. Keep everything tucked in and come in every inch size and length.

slugseatlettuce Sat 16-Apr-16 09:50:57

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

Zola1980 Sat 16-Apr-16 09:53:21

I think the next high waisted are good if you have a tummy! I certainly do and find they hold me in! smile

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