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    Size 12, but have gone up since April when Size 8 were loose on me I totally blame my brother and have started a weight loss and fitness program.

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    Quote Originally Posted by misskittyfantastico View Post
    Jeanswest have size 9,11,13 etc and also have long and extra long leg lengths for $69 - not super cheap, but not redonkulously pricey either.
    http://www.jeanswest.com.au/womens/j...ong-jeans.html
    My brother says "that's ridonculous" about prices of jeans lol, have you met him???
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    sz10 jeans.

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    Quote Originally Posted by share a book View Post
    My brother says "that's redonculous" about sizes of jeans lol, have you met him???
    Maybe I'm him *shifty eyes*

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    Just bought size 9 jeans, my 10s were a tad too big. I like rivers, they have all sizes, just got 2 pairs for $12 each.

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    Quote Originally Posted by misskittyfantastico View Post
    maybe i'm him *shifty eyes*
    lol!

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    Wow, here I was thinking that after
    Losing 18kg I looked good in the size 16 jeans I now wear and that maybe I looked more normal, after reading this, I just feel fat

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    Quote Originally Posted by StormAngel View Post
    Wow, here I was thinking that after
    Losing 18kg I looked good in the size 16 jeans I now wear and that maybe I looked more normal, after reading this, I just feel fat
    I'm sure you look fantastic

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    Quote Originally Posted by StormAngel View Post
    Wow, here I was thinking that after
    Losing 18kg I looked good in the size 16 jeans I now wear and that maybe I looked more normal, after reading this, I just feel fat
    I'm sure you look wonderful and I'm sure you are wonderful and I'm absolutely sure that the number written on the inside of your pants means diddlysquat

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    Quote Originally Posted by StormAngel View Post
    Wow, here I was thinking that after
    Losing 18kg I looked good in the size 16 jeans I now wear and that maybe I looked more normal, after reading this, I just feel fat
    I never meant to make anyone feel fat

    I am 6'0 tall and have freakishly long legs. Having them in jeans at size 18-20 just didn't look right. It's a personal thing though. I am not saying people in size 18 jeans are fat. Not at all. I am saying I just didn't look right in them with my long legs

    My sis is 5'6 and pulls off wearing size 22 jeans, really well. I think it depends on the kind of tops and jumpers she wears with them too.

    Oh and also, my favourite brand of jeans only went upto a size 16 at the time So when I was a size 18 and couldn't find my favourite jeans, I just thought I was too fat to wear jeans and went over to wearing stretchy/dressed pants instead


 

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