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    I have so many jeans west jeans in my wardrobe, but I hate them!
    Before winter arrives, I'm going shopping and I'm going to spend some serious $$$ and buy some awesome jeans
    Thanks for this thread.

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    Sass and bide - buy them at the warehouse sale so usually only 59 bucks. Love them, great fit and last ages.

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    For the shorter posters here, buy a flare and get them taken up, you'll be left with a nice boot cut. Usually costs $10-$15.

    Not much sympathy here, you can take length off, but you can't add it. Finding jeans long enough is always my problem.

    Boot cut's are also the most flattering cut.

    I used to model jeans and managed a Just Jeans for a year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlissedOut View Post
    For the shorter posters here, buy a flare and get them taken up, you'll be left with a nice boot cut. Usually costs $10-$15.

    Not much sympathy here, you can take length off, but you can't add it. Finding jeans long enough is always my problem.

    Boot cut's are also the most flattering cut.

    I used to model jeans and managed a Just Jeans for a year.
    No sympathy here... You have hot enough legs to model jeans

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    Target is good. Especially if you're short like me. As some PP said.

    But I also like jag jeans. They last ages too. I try to buy at DFO if I can or on sale. Usually around $100.

    Colorado used to do great jeans but they closed down. I was very sad!!!!!

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    Not sure what size you are but if your 12+ with hips and belly, I highly recommend trying on Katies jeans. Best jeans I've bought since having kids.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Waitingfornumber2 View Post
    No sympathy here... You have hot enough legs to model jeans
    Had.

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    I like Rivers jeans, midrise, straight style, $15. Can't beat them. I like that they come in all sizes too ie 9,10,11,12 etc. They are a firm denim, I hate stretchy, it sags after a few hours wear.

    No matter where I go, even buying short length I have to hem all my pants.

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    Thanks for all your tips and suggestions - ill be off to jeans west tomorrow as that sounds most popular! I hate clothes shopping so glad you have pointed me in the right direction and narrowed down my hunt!!!

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