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    Quote Originally Posted by misskittyfantastico View Post
    Absolutely. Health, vitality and beauty don't equal pants size.
    I totally believe that effort towards health (mental, emotional, physical or otherwise) should be recognised and the OP should be applauded but this holy grail of pants size just grates.

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    That is right. I might be a size 9, but am too skinny. My BMI is ever so slightly dropping to underweight and I am not happy with this. So I am absolutely not healthy. I am too tall to be this skinny. I would be very happy with a size 12-14 right now.

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    About 10 to 12

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    Size 6

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    6-8 depending on the brand

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    Quote Originally Posted by Benji View Post
    It totally depends on brand for me, I have thin legs but hips and a bum. Can be a size 8-10 in some styles but Bardot jeans I just fit into a size 12. r:
    There are some shops not intended for over 40s and Bardot (for me) is such a place. I see some of the mums at school in Bardot and it looks gorgeous on them but on me ... Meh. I look like a hag. And nothing like Bardot sizing to make me feel huuuuuuge!

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    34 weeks pregnant atm, so I'm not wearing my normal jeans. Some still fit, some don't... but they wouldn't be comfortable.

    Usually size 8...9 if I can get them. Sometimes 10, but they're usually too big once they get worn in.

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    size 12/14 but for my frame this is massive. I am disliking clothing shops I had to get size 16 work pants lucky I checked before I pulled tags off and went back and swapped All my pants are 12/14 except these.

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    A 6 or 8 depending on brand.

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    Size 14.


 

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