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Asda wonderfit jeans?

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popmimiboo Sun 25-Sep-16 19:02:59

Any good? I live abroad so can't try them on but I'm tempted to ask my mum to send me some. I'm kind of slim(ish) waisted, big bum and thighs, 12-14 size. Hate jeans shopping!
Anyone recommend/ not recommend them?

Unthoughtknown Sun 25-Sep-16 19:05:17

They are good size wise and fit well. I find the look of them s bit odd though, they are really stretchy so it's just like wearing leggings - I have knobbly knees and they really highlight them. If you do get them get a dark colour

acornsandnuts Sun 25-Sep-16 19:05:41

I bought some ankle grazer ones and for the price they're great. They fit my ample bum and they don't bag at the knee even after a few wears.

ayeokthen Sun 25-Sep-16 19:09:34

I love them! I'm an 18 (lots of babies + IBS has ruined my belly) Apple shape with stupidly skinny legs. Usually skinny jeans make me look like I've got baggy trousers on but these are fab and comfy.

hiccupgirl Sun 25-Sep-16 19:22:49

I really didn't get on with them. I'm very pear shaped and usually waists are too big on me but the waist on the pair I got was very uncomfortable even though they fitted and it wasn't too tight. It was a shame because they looked good and I liked the fit.

Farmerinthoseclothes Sun 25-Sep-16 19:27:50

I have friends that totally swear by them. Mine are ok-ish but I think it depends on your size and shape how well they will fit. Mine fall down a bit so need a belt which annoys me.

I'm also a 12-14 and couldn't decide between the 10-12 size or the 14-16 size. I went larger in the end for comfort (post c-section!). My sister (similar size) bought the smaller ones and says they also fall down/need a belt so it's not that they're too big, necessarily.

popmimiboo Sun 25-Sep-16 19:36:22

Mmm, think I'll try a dark denim pair to see. Worried about my odd knees now though...

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