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Where to buy soft, black jegging type trousers?

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Shufflebumnessie Thu 07-Nov-19 21:57:17

In a bid to feel less frumpy and awful looking I need to find some suitable skinny jeggings / trousers to wear with some longer jumpers and boots that are in my wardrobe but haven't been worn in a while. I found some nice fitting thick leggings in Apricot but can't seem to find anything in a heavier material (for when I want something a bit more than leggings, or to wear with shorter tops). Ideally I would like them to be jet black rather than the washed out black. Any suggestions gratefully received. Thanks.

CurlyTwirlyTwos Thu 07-Nov-19 22:00:19

I've bought a pair of 'Eden' from Dorothy Perkins, really soft and comfy! I've ordered another two in different colours! They are very price friendly - not sure how long they will last, but I was impressed!

Shufflebumnessie Thu 07-Nov-19 22:04:03

Thanks for the suggestion. They were actually the first ones that came up when I Googled for inspiration. I'll take a look.

TheFlis12345 Thu 07-Nov-19 22:07:52

Uniqlo do them in a couple of different fabrics and they are really comfy.

fluffygal Thu 07-Nov-19 22:09:02

Uniqlo are the best!

AntiHop Thu 07-Nov-19 22:10:37

I've got these. They're comfy, and they've got pockets!

heidbuttsupper Thu 07-Nov-19 22:13:43

I wear these ones pretty much every day

TigerJoy Fri 08-Nov-19 04:09:05

Uniqlo super stretchy leggings! I bought a pair past year which i have worn constantly (at least twice a week) and are only now top worn out for work

WatchingTheMoon Fri 08-Nov-19 04:17:12

Had my Uniqlo ones for 4 years and they still look great.

SabrinaSalem Fri 08-Nov-19 10:50:12

I've got 4 pairs of Oasis 'Jade' skinny jeans in various colours/sizes (they keep changing the fabric so you might have to order a selection to see what fits)

They're stretchier and thinner than you'd expect from jeans so more like jeggings but with proper pockets.

Baxdream Fri 08-Nov-19 11:06:04

I have these, really good quality and different lengths available.
Mine are last season so slightly different zip detail

Thinkle Fri 08-Nov-19 19:16:54

Uniqlo for me too

70isaLimitNotaTarget Fri 08-Nov-19 19:54:41

I have M&S Treggings which are brilliant but no-one seems to want to shop there now !

borntobequiet Fri 08-Nov-19 20:15:19

I got some Paper & Stitch black skinny-ish jeans from TK MAXX and they’re the best fitting, comfiest jeans I’ve ever worn (£16.99).

Shufflebumnessie Fri 08-Nov-19 20:36:11

Thanks for all the suggestions. Guess I'll have to try a few different brands to see which fit best.

TheMarbleFaun Fri 08-Nov-19 23:16:25

They're nice heidbuttsupper
Where are they from?

Gentleness Fri 08-Nov-19 23:25:38

I'm following these recommendations closely but I'm imagining you are all more slim than me! Does anyone know how they work for a size 20? I need something more flexible that can cope with the horrible bloating I get, without falling down or doing the builder's bum thing.

Igottastartthinkingbee Fri 08-Nov-19 23:28:28

White Stuff jeggings are brill. So comfy.

Baxdream Sat 09-Nov-19 08:37:36

The ones I posted go up to size 26. I wear them when I want something comfortable so might be worth trying?

70isaLimitNotaTarget Sat 09-Nov-19 10:02:05

I have Sainsbury Ponte leggings too, thicker than a legging with a seam down the front that makes them smarter than a legging

thenightsky Sat 09-Nov-19 10:05:22

Another vote for the Sainsbury ponte ones with the seam down the front.

heidbuttsupper Thu 14-Nov-19 23:19:52

Sorry @TheMarbleFaun New Look

heidbuttsupper Thu 14-Nov-19 23:25:34

@Gentleness these are def worth a try. I'm an 18 and love them. So flattering and comfy. Plus, look smart for work etc they are from New Look

Cherry321 Thu 14-Nov-19 23:27:30

Asda have some great black jegging / jeans that look smart and are really comfy.

TileFloors Fri 15-Nov-19 05:28:32

Uniqlo heattech ones for the winter. Softest trousers I’ve ever owned

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