Any suggestions on where has the nicest, most realistic sizes? Would really appreciate hearing about your experiences with some brands xx
Hey girls, just wondering, in America, what jean size is a size 10, 12, 14 etc
How do you find Topshop jean sizes? and do you find they shrink?? HATE shopping for jeans
Hey there. not sure about the US but I'm a 20 here and found lovely dark jeans by Julien McDonald in Debenhams....even been complimented on how my behind looks in them by a female colleague ha ha. They are nice though
In america they are 2 sizes smaller so a 6 in america is a 10 here and an 8 is a 12 etc.
Im tall so hate buying jeans as they never fit :(
I hate Jean shopping with a passion
I hate jeans shopping but discovered that Lee jeans suit me best so I just stick with them
come dine with me
have wide hips and big fat knees so its awful trying to find nice jeans. last few years have been buying the 'garnet' jeans in oasis and they are just the best ever, dont need to try them on just get my size and always perfect.
oh the dreaded jeans!!
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i find topshop jeans a good fit but they do shrink upwards! i buy all my jeans in topshop as has a 36" inside leg and cant find jeans long enough elsewhere!
I always wear the same 3 pairs... just hate shopping for them! I like the American Eagle ones alright. Will check out Oasis, Next and Topshop tomorrow ... not looking forward to it. Think Brown Thomas may be out of my price range
oh Pebbles youre so lucky with a 36 inch leg! would love love to be taller .. I havent bought jeans in 2 years
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well jeans you find in BT's are half the price in the US.
You go go in BTs and suss out your size in the jeans for your hols
they normally go by the inches of your waist rather than a UK size
I would recommend Sevens or Citizen of Humanity. They are expensive and I wouldn't buy them here, but they wear well, wash well and give you a fantastic shape. I get my jeans when on holidays in the States or I have family that travel over and back. I don't mind investing in good jeans as I practically live in them. I saw on Off the Rails if you divide the price of the clothing by the number of times that you would expect to wear it then you can justify the cost. I have spent more on dresses that I have only worn once. Good luck with your shopping