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    Default Where do you buy your pants from?

    General question as I'm having a hard time finding some nice fitted pants and giving me a nice shape at the same time. I don't like them being tight at the bottom though.

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    Depends what shape you are? What kind of pants you want?

    I dont like pants much. My pants are from Kitten D'Amour. Also have some from Zara that I like.

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    I only wear boot cut jeans and it took me forever to find some, but found some in Just Jeans. I only buy pants maybe once a year, if that, so not sure where else sells good pants

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    I only really wear jeans, and get mine from Myer

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    I got a lovely pair of tailored pants recently from next. They have lots of nice styles, reasonably priced, free shipping and parcels arrive in 3-4 days. These are the pants I got, fabric in real life is lovely IMG_1475746163.388456.jpg

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    Zara?

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    Quote Originally Posted by gingermillie View Post
    I got a lovely pair of tailored pants recently from next. They have lots of nice styles, reasonably priced, free shipping and parcels arrive in 3-4 days. These are the pants I got, fabric in real life is lovely Attachment 84865
    There are similar pants in Zara and H&M atm. I like them.

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    Sorry I should of added I don't do online shopping for clothes as I'm a touch and feel person. I like to see what I'm buying

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    I pretty much only wear pants/ shorts/ three quarter pants.

    I am between babies about a size 12/14 and I find the best place to buy pants is jeans west otherwise shops targeting the older woman like millers, Susan Gray. Sometimes I find nice 3/5 cargos casual pants at target.

    Sorry if your after formal/ work pants can't help with that.

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    Target foldover waist wide leg pants


 

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