High waisted jeans

(22 Posts)
Methenyouplus4 Sun 21-Aug-16 10:26:00

Looking on pintrest, all the style of jeans I like are ankle grazing, very fitted (but not skinny) and have quite a high waist, allowing you to comfortably tuck in tops.

Any ideas where I might find something like this? I'm 10/12 on bottom half and 5ft 9.

I'll try to link images...

almostthirty Sun 21-Aug-16 10:27:53

It's probably not helpful but I bought something similar in the bhs closing down sale last week.

notapizzaeater Sun 21-Aug-16 10:29:17

New look do some lovely high waisted jeans and marks & spencer.

Chocolate1985 Sun 21-Aug-16 10:30:37

ASOS Ridley jeans I recently discovered these and they have a lot of different colours .

Methenyouplus4 Sun 21-Aug-16 10:31:52

www.google.co.uk/search?q=jeanne+damas&client=ms-android-samsung&prmd=inv&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwj1iOuQmdLOAhWHIMAKHRdjBeQQ_AUIBygB&biw=360&bih=560#imgrc=j09d4_PZMP8QiM%3A

notapizzaeater Sun 21-Aug-16 10:34:45

Cotton traders used to do them too but I've not looked at their clothes for years

Methenyouplus4 Sun 21-Aug-16 10:36:33

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Methenyouplus4 Sun 21-Aug-16 10:37:20

Try again..

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Methenyouplus4 Sun 21-Aug-16 10:39:22

I give up on links! Basically something with no 'distressing' on it and something that will wear well with my constant bending/stretching with little ones. Trying to go for that Parisian chic style (yes, with small children-hah)!

botemp Sun 21-Aug-16 11:12:22

Jeans 'droit' is what you'll be looking for I guess, which are just 'straight' jeans though ime the French cut them slightly differently (more fitted, less unisex). Comptoir des Cotonniers have a few and I always find the fit v. flattering but I'm shorter than you, don't know if they're high waisted enough though. I tend to avoid those as it makes my ass look awful. You can fit a top in them though and I do think they have a few high waisted models available too.

Most Parisian women buy their jeans at Uniqlo btw, however, I can't seem to find the high waisted and straight models on the UK website, they're on the EU one though.

Methenyouplus4 Sun 21-Aug-16 11:42:59

Botemp- thank you! Off to explore those suggestions...

Queenbean Sun 21-Aug-16 11:46:49

I like Topshop Joni jeans, not sure if they're too tight fit for you but they are nicely high waisted which keeps everything tucked in

jumpinghoops Sun 21-Aug-16 13:50:05

I'm 10/12, 5'8" (but longer body, I usually take a 32" inside leg) and find these COS jeans are the most flattering cut I've tried on me Cos jeans

Methenyouplus4 Sat 27-Aug-16 08:36:07

I have Topshop Joni (charity shop find) but much longer and tighter than what I'm after.

Like the look of Cos but £6 delivery! That's quite expendive to just try on a pair of jeans!

Uniqlo (at least on UK site) all look either skinny or very loose boyfriend cut.

Sugarandsalt Sat 27-Aug-16 09:27:12

Have you tried Topshop Jamie? There's a variety of lengths, they have stretch but not as superskinny as Joni's.

Sugarandsalt Sat 27-Aug-16 09:29:34

I have these and love them but I'm not sure if they are too cropped for your liking.

Methenyouplus4 Sat 27-Aug-16 16:21:25

Sugarand- I really like the whistles ones but don't want any 'distressing' (fraying/worn patches etc).

MamaDuckling Sat 27-Aug-16 16:23:29

Boden super skinny.... They are my perfect high waist, ankle skimming jeans. Not super skinny, just right....

Lucked Sat 27-Aug-16 16:57:54

Try esprit so many styles if these don't suit.

Methenyouplus4 Sat 27-Aug-16 18:57:08

Mama- I have those! I love length and lack of distressing but I want some that sit just below my belly button whereas they sit just above my hip bone (might be a height thing, I'm quite tall).

daffodilbaby Sat 27-Aug-16 19:13:36

Try Levi's - you can search by rise, mid or high rise - I have these and love them www.levi.com/GB/en_GB/womens-jeans/p/228610001

NicknameUsed Sat 27-Aug-16 22:35:08

I have these relaxed skinny jeans and they are brilliant.

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