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Old 04-16-2009, 11:17 AM   #46
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I have crappy jeans, but love them cause of flarey bottoms, from TopShop.

jeans from New Look

I have to buy flarey type jeans cause they look better on my petite frame but finding IS a nightmare.
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Old 04-16-2009, 11:54 AM   #47
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Hollisters uses the odd numbered sizing. They've got regular washes as well as the crazy distressed/ripped looking ones. Bootcut, flare & skinny. I'm 5'7" and usually wear 5 regular and am fine.

Finding jeans that fit is a pain! Hope you find what you're looking for!
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Old 04-16-2009, 05:58 PM   #48
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I'm 5'2'', so where ever I can find short petite length jeans. Kohl's, Macys, Sears, JC Penney's, and a local store called the Bob Ton.
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Old 04-16-2009, 09:13 PM   #49
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This thread makes me want to go shopping and I can't because I have to save money for Ireland
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Old 04-16-2009, 10:17 PM   #50
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Mossimo was a no-go. Way too tight in the leg. Like I said I must have thunder thighs or something. I don't like my jeans super tight b/c I don't have a nice butt, if I had a nice ass I'd show it off more but it's flat. I tried on an 8 b/c that's all they had. It was tight in the knee but of course gaping at the hips/waist.

I found these on Lucky's site and they are pretty close to what I want (I'd prefer not to have the tab pocket, just the patch pocket). The Buckle in the mall carries Lucky so I'll check it out but I'm not sure I can spend $120 on a single pair of pants.
http://www.luckybrand.com/cImages/We...647_298975.jpg
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Old 04-16-2009, 10:24 PM   #51
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Express jeans...and i'm not saying that because I may or may not work there
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Wearing my comfy ann taylor jeans today.. With my new J.Jill crocus/light lavender sweater and cami in the same color..
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I got a pair of NY & Co. jeans on today. The only pair that I have ever gotten from there that actually fit right when I tried them on
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I'm 5'2, so length is usually the problem for me. I've had some luck at Old Navy. I like the Diva jeans I'm wearing today, but others have been too long or had that annoying gap in the back. I have a few styles of the Lee One True Fit and am very happy with those. I also have two pairs of Not Your Daughter's Jeans and love them because the length is just right and they stay in place--I never have to pull on them when I wear them. Those ones are kind of expensive ordinarily (at least for me) but I was able to find them at Nordstrom Rack for like $30 each.
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Ahhh this thread made me want to shop too so I went to AE to get some pairs of the ones I wear and they're not making them anymore. Their other ones are too tapered at the bottom. These are ALL I wear.

There are a few left online in my size but the wash has "paint splatter detailing".
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Old 04-18-2009, 07:38 PM   #56
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I'm 5'2, so length is usually the problem for me. I've had some luck at Old Navy. I like the Diva jeans I'm wearing today, but others have been too long or had that annoying gap in the back. I have a few styles of the Lee One True Fit and am very happy with those. I also have two pairs of Not Your Daughter's Jeans and love them because the length is just right and they stay in place--I never have to pull on them when I wear them. Those ones are kind of expensive ordinarily (at least for me) but I was able to find them at Nordstrom Rack for like $30 each.
I'm 162cm, so length is a difficult thing for me, too. I've found the most convenient way to combat this is to just wear big shoes And it means indulging in shoe shopping. It's all win I used to have (cleaned out my wardrobe a while back) thongs of every height and more clogs than a traditional Dutch person. Makes the jeans length thing a non-problem. I probably look like Gumbi, but whatever

I want a pair of NYDJ. I am rather over-curvy.
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Well I bought some today. I tried a ton of stores and ended up at this store called Vanity. Nothing in there really appeals to me but my friend told me they sell jeans by waist and inseam. That must be what I need b/c they fit so much better than anything else I tried. I ended up with this pair, but in a different color.

Additional Views: Brandon Premium Vanity Jeans - 33" Inseam

They had inseams up to 37", so good for people with crazy sizes (the girl near me needed a 37" inseam, she wasn't taller than me but had insanely long legs).
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Old 04-19-2009, 04:00 PM   #58
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Levis 515 @ Kohls & sometimes New York & Company.
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Liesje, 7 for All Mankind is the way to go for fit and comfort.... they come in long lengths too
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I believe ya but they are also 4 times as expensive!! We just did an impromptu project (putting up a fence in our yard) that will be all of my disposable income for the next 2 months.
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