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Ahh, the eternal struggle for the perfect pair of jeans. Tight enough for that magical suck-you-in effect but not so tight that you can’t breathe. Luckily, we’re just as desperate as you are to find ‘the ones’ so we’ve rounded up the best brands we’ve come across.
We’ve looked at dozens of denim brands and these four are the women’s jeans labels that we think consistantly deliver good quality, good value jeans. So if you’re short on time these are great places to try first when denim shopping.
Flattering women’s jeans brands
Spanx at ASOS
Not just the go-to brand for underwear, for the last few years, Spanx have been expanding their clothing line and that includes jeans. Their comfortable pull-on fit puts them somewhere between a shaping jeans a legging and they feature the same technology as a pair of their famous pants.
Lift, slim and shape at Next
Next’s range of lift, slim and shape jeans have been designed with cleverly hidden support, which sculpts your figure, and the high waistband contours your shape. Available in a range of colours and shapes – there’s pretty much a style for everyone. We love the verstility of the black bootcut jeans.
Wonderfit at George at Asda
These skinny jeans have been tailored to ensure they fit you wonderfully! Crafted using stretch fabric they alter size with you, ensuring complete comfort and that even when you’re dressed casually, you look show-stoppingly good.Plus, you can chuck them in your trolley with the fruit and veg!
Shape & Sculpt at JD Williams
We’ve long been a fan of JD Williams work. But what we particularly love about these jeans is the multidirectional stretch denim that works with your curves (not against them) to flatter and enhance your shape. The high waist pulls you in around the middle without discomfort, and the hidden ‘Magisculpt control panel’ and intelligent bottom-lifting seaming, flatten and lift in all the right places. They’re pretty much the miracle we’ve all been waiting for. Some reviewers found the sizing small so you may want to size up on these.
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