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    Quote Originally Posted by SpecialPatrolGroup View Post
    Is it Just Jeans or Jeans West? Just jeans seems to only go to a 16, or so their website suggests.
    Just jeans.. .sorry I didn't realise they only went up till a size 16

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    It's hit and miss.... I've had cheap jeans last forever, cheap jeans fall apart, expensive jeans last forever and expensive jeans fall apart.

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    Maybe try Sussan. My sister has got jeans from there recently and is pretty happy with them. Im pretty sure theu stock 18. Good luck, jean shopping is tough
    Oh and maybe Katies?
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    yeah I usually get target jeans or just jeans.

    and with skinny jeans I often wear out the inner thigh. They do last longer than kmart jeans though.

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    NYDJ... a bit pricey but worth every cent imo. Ive basically lived in the same black skinny pair for 2 years and they are still in excellent condition with little wwar noticeable, especially in the thigh area

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    I tend to prefer the darker wash jeans in both boot leg and skinny leg so I usually buy the cheaper ones as I stop wearing them after 1 maybe 2 winters anyway as they fade. I find Target do decent jeans and they do go up to plus sizes I think.

    If you want to spend more, go Just Jeans or Levi's. Before kids (when I didn't feel bad spending money on myself lol) I lived in 501's and they lasted years and years. They are pricey but really good quality.

    ETA the 311's would look good

    http://www.levis.com.au/women/clothi...l?cc=196430000
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    Ok, I'm going to pop in here, just a quick thing that I recall, some jeans make your rear end look different also. I have cheap jeans from "faceoff" Central lane in Melbourne. I got them years ago, still perfect, but between the 2 one makes my rear end look shocking and the other makes it look good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nafsika View Post
    Ok, I'm going to pop in here, just a quick thing that I recall, some jeans make your rear end look different also. I have cheap jeans from "faceoff" Central lane in Melbourne. I got them years ago, still perfect, but between the 2 one makes my rear end look shocking and the other makes it look good.
    I think if the denim has not been cut right it can pull the wrong way and is just plain wrong. I had a pair of jeans from target that I think one panel was cut on the bias and it was like they were trying to twist. Horrible.


 

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