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Old 04-14-2009, 09:31 PM   #21
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I like Lucky and Citizens of Humanity. The citizens are pricey though.
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Old 04-14-2009, 09:34 PM   #22
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i'm a shorty and sorta shapely so I have had success with Old Navy, Ann Taylor. Ann Taylor has petite sizes that are the perfect length for me.
Hmm, I might have to check out Ann Taylor.
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True Religion and Rock and Republic are good, high end brands that are comfy enough for daily wear, I buy those at Metropark. If the fit is perfect, I sometimes buy another pair online in the same style but different shade/detailing. Seven For All Mankind is a great brand for daily wear, they're pretty comfy and available at Nordstrom and Saks... some Macys carries them too.
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If only I could find the perfect jean
I can't afford to even look at the pricey ones. I bought a couple of pairs around Christmas from Levi's, but they are sort of stretchy (can't think of the word), but it seems like they fit fine at first, but now feel too big even after a few minutes of wearing them. I could literally pull them off my body while zipped up

I may have to look for a good ol' pair of 501s. I never even thought about buying online or ebay. I need to try before I buy. I did have a pair of Gap jeans that I loved, but I can't even get them over my thighs now
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Juicy, Guess.. My friend told me True Religion make the booty look fab Might have to try those.
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Old 04-15-2009, 03:01 AM   #26
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Gap and Levi's.
Levi's bootcut is my favourite too!
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Old 04-15-2009, 08:04 AM   #27
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I buy mine at Jeanswest, but I think they're only in Australia.
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I just got over a 6 month dummy spit at jeans, and found my perfect pair at Jeanswest in a suburb I don't shop in. The Jeanswest in the Plaza just didn't have any that fit me. The Druey on the other hand? Perfect!
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I would recommend Just Jeans, but I'm not even sure if they sell jeans any more.
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Old 04-15-2009, 08:44 AM   #29
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I would recommend Just Jeans, but I'm not even sure if they sell jeans any more.
They sell skanky teenagers.
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Target - specifically the Mossimo or whatever the hell you call them

I used to like NY&Co then they started messing with the sizes and cuts and I didn't like them as much anymore.
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^ A lot of NY & Co stuff is funny on me.
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Hmm, I might have to check out Ann Taylor.
either Ann Taylor Loft or Ann Taylor..

I have a pair that are called boyfriend jeans and are super soft, worn, slightly faded and very comfy.
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Old 04-15-2009, 11:19 AM   #33
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I think I am going to the mall tonight. Someone told me to try Walmart b/c she said they have what I'm looking for. I think I'll go to the bank over lunch to order more checks and maybe try Walmart (it's a ways out, we don't really have them in town but it's near the bank).
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Run away from Walmart jeans. They fall apart instantly. There's a reason why they are only $20.
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either Ann Taylor Loft or Ann Taylor..

I have a pair that are called boyfriend jeans and are super soft, worn, slightly faded and very comfy.
Ooh, those sound awesome.
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either Ann Taylor Loft or Ann Taylor..

I have a pair that are called boyfriend jeans and are super soft, worn, slightly faded and very comfy.
Ooh, I saw those yesterday and wondered if they were any good I'm all for comfy.
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Run away from Walmart jeans. They fall apart instantly. There's a reason why they are only $20.
I went over lunch break and they didn't have jeans in that brand anyway.

I went to Old Navy since it was on the way....nothing fit (well, the trouser cut jeans fit perfect but of course they are dark wash and I already have a gazillion of those!). I think I figured out why I hate the typical 5-pocket jeans - the thighs are always too tight (not too tight to wear, but too tight for me personally). I tried a 4 long and they fit fine through the waist/hips, in fact a few of my other size 4s get too baggy in the front, but all of the 5-pocket type felt tight in the thigh. I guess I have thunder thighs! So I tried a 6 regular and they felt better in the leg but looked like maternity pants up top. The ones that are more of the "trouser cut" fit fine, they were really comfortable and I thought they looked better. But...no light washes.
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I guess I have thunder thighs!
Let's start a club!
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I'm a fan of the j. jill authentic cut. rise isnt super low and they come in tall length. I need a 34-35" inseam. They're great because they have boot and skinny legs, lots of washes, colors and also come in cord and velveteen. Best thing is they regularly go on sale at a really great price.
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Target - specifically the Mossimo or whatever the hell you call them

I used to like NY&Co then they started messing with the sizes and cuts and I didn't like them as much anymore.
Mossimo is a great brand, generally.

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