Where can I find decent plus size work trousers?

(22 Posts)
PippaFawcett Fri 14-Oct-16 11:05:34

I'm a size 18-20 and about 5ft 6. Where can I find decent quality work trousers? I am in trousers from Evans at the moment but the material is man made and cheap and nasty. I would love an elasticated waist as well as my waist and lower stomach after two c-sections isn't great.

BeJayKayven Fri 14-Oct-16 11:41:25

M&S sometimes have flat front trousers with elastic at the back, also being a 16 apple I've found the clothes from Mango Violeta fit very well.
They also have an outlet. outlet

Bigbiscuits Fri 14-Oct-16 16:13:21

gap online go to bigger sizes and have some nice back trousers. Go up a size as they at no generous.

And sign-up for offers. There is always a 20 to 30 % code knocking about.

PippaFawcett Fri 14-Oct-16 16:33:59

Thank you both. I might have to have a depressing couple of hours trying some on. I can't get away with my summer gear much longer.

Bigbiscuits Fri 14-Oct-16 22:09:36

www.gap.co.uk/browse/product.do?pid=000918387000&vid=1&preferredLocale=en_GB&kwid=1&sem=false&sdkw=true-straight-pants-P000918387&sdReferer=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.gap.co.uk%2Fproducts%2Fdress-trousers-for-women.jsp

LadySpratt Fri 14-Oct-16 22:25:25

If you need smart trousers for work try Jaeger. There are a few outlet stores dotted around too.

justanothermnuser Fri 14-Oct-16 22:29:07

I'm an 18-20 and get mine from ASDA grin

Heratnumber7 Fri 14-Oct-16 22:29:29

M&Co?

TimTamTerrier Fri 14-Oct-16 22:31:14

I'm an 18 with a big waist and narrow hips and I find that Wallis often have good trousers. The ones that suit me best are the size-zip type with a bit of stretch. Anytime they have them on the website they seem to sell out very quickly so they must be quite popular.

TimTamTerrier Fri 14-Oct-16 22:35:08

They have some in at the moment, black, grey or berry. Here

polyhymnia Fri 14-Oct-16 22:39:26

Very much recommend Boden for smart work trousers.

EBearhug Fri 14-Oct-16 22:39:29

Some of my best ones are from Sainsbury's. Also have some Monsoon ones. M&S can be good.

polyhymnia Fri 14-Oct-16 22:41:36

Boden go up to 22.

Haggard1 Fri 14-Oct-16 22:56:04

ASOS curve - have a good range of styles and prices and modelled by real women so you can see what the fit is really like.

PippaFawcett Fri 14-Oct-16 23:03:00

I hate shopping! But I also hate spending £££ online only to have to send it all back. I will check some of these shops out. Links to particular trousers are also helpful, thank you TimTam. Not sure where my nearest Wallis is these days, but I will try and find one!

AnythingGoesWithMe Fri 14-Oct-16 23:13:21

Try Yours. It's a shop for larger figures and I tend to find them quite generously fitting.
They also do longer length tops which can help with the trousers issue by covering your tummy/hips

PippaFawcett Fri 14-Oct-16 23:17:10

Anything, I have been there before but it was all man made fabrics which made me feel awful. Has it changed?

Cellardoor23 Sat 15-Oct-16 01:35:30

I was thinking about buying these. I'm not sure on the quality though as I've never bought from them before, but the reviews look promising.

www.curvissa.co.uk/products/slip-on-stretch-trousers/_/A-270803_14S?searchResults=true

polyhymnia Sat 15-Oct-16 09:32:02

I would avoid Yours and Simply Be. Lots of Polyester. Much prefer non specialist plus retailers like Boden. M and S Autograph also usually have some nice trousers.

BestIsWest Sat 15-Oct-16 09:58:26

Monsoon or M&S Autograph

AnythingGoesWithMe Sat 15-Oct-16 23:04:27

Pippa no I think it's mainly cheaper man made fabrics. I mainly buy tops from there though.
I'm guessing you want cotton based trousers?
I agree with pp, M&S often have good larger trousers. Next can be good but I found them too long.

PippaFawcett Sat 15-Oct-16 23:10:28

Anything, yes. Man made stuff makes me want to rip it off at the end of the day and it feels awful on your skin and makes me feel crap. I will try M&S though.

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