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Prize Thread: What are the best jeans you ever bought?

Share your experience and you could win a $50 gift card at Fashion To Figure!

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Created: about 1 year ago
ellejaco
about 1 year

Old Navy high rise jeans fit me so well and are the best I've bought that I can think of. Excited to see they're now extending sizes in stores too so we'll be able to try them on first!

sylviewilson
about 1 year
1822 denim have an amazing pair of butter jeans - they are soft and easy to wear! I bought a pair of mom jeans from river island that lasted me 3 years.. they recently ripped as I bent over though 🤣 so I’m in the market for some new mom jeans
alisastylediary
about 1 year

Torrid's sky high skinny jeans are my ride or die. They are such a good fit and sculpt and smooth your belly because of their high waisted fit. I always feel good wearing them and they last a long time.

It's true that torrid can be pricey but there's usually always coupons to be found! their denim is definitely worth the money. fits amazing and should last you a long time.

binge.to.bopo
about 1 year
Oddly enough, Primark cropped black skinny jeans. They are super stretchy, the perfect length for my short legs, and really high waisted.
annabelbrown
about 1 year
Also Torrid! I love all my jeans I’ve bought from there
sarahkay12
about 1 year

My favorites are the Lane Bryant signature fit jeans. They have them in a number of cuts and washes, so I have a number of pairs and they are very comfy

ragedyanna
about 1 year

My favorite jeans are jeggings

I bought 2 pair of jeggings from Fashion to Figure last year and they've been my go-tos for months. the acid wash pair work with EVERYTHING. Unfortunately they're no longer available but I have my account on alert if they restock 😉

curvetocurve
about 1 year
I have nothing but torrid/ lane Bryant jeans in my closet right now . There stylish and definitely fits to all women’s curves and styles. Old navy is really leveling up with jeans. Can’t wait to see what they have in store .
shechonky
about 1 year
Madewell jeans have been some of my favorites! I like to wait until they go on sale or find them on resale sites to get them a little cheaper 🥳
mrsskitzu
about 1 year
I'm still searching for a great pair of jeans.
jdseries
about 1 year

Actually a brand called ARULA formerly A Beautiful Soul...every time I wear I get compliments and I love the way they fit!

roseanne_k
about 1 year

I love Madewell jeans and their sustainable ethos too. these are my favorites.

What I love about Madewell is their shopping guide for how stretchy the jeans are! I like mine super stretchy. 😍

em_nom_nom_aly
about 1 year
Right now my faves are the AE stretch ripped curvy mom jeans!
taylorkay223
about 1 year

If you haven't tried Torrid jeans, you have to! they don't stock my all time favorites anymore but these are pretty close: https://www.torrid.com/product/high-rise-straight-jean---classic-denim-medium-wash/15222865.html?cgid=Clothing_Jeans_Straight_HighRiseStraight#start=2

curvymom
about 1 year

I love my curvy fitted jeans from Lane Bryant! They are a nice material and stylish with any too! I can dress up or down.. and I love it 😍

zoesnowden
about 1 year
Torrid jeans are my go to! they’re long lasting and fit well
sheerjuliealona
about 1 year

I'm obsessed with the City Chic harley jeans! they're so comfortable and true to size - although they do run with quite a long leg, so good for all you tall ladies!

tfields01
about 1 year
Ashley Stewart jeggings are the best for me. They are comfortable, you can dress them up or down and they cling very nicely.
daniellehall
about 1 year

I've not found a pair that I really like yet so I'm living for your suggestions. 😃

jaebaeproductions
about 1 year

I've had really good luck with Universal Standard jeans! As a plus size woman who falls into the extended size range it gives me comfort knowing that I can size up if need be since they carry up to a size 40!

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