Are you midsize to plus size and looking for some good pants and jeans options? Well, today you’re in luck. I’m doing mini midsize pants and midsize jeans try-on.
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MIDSIZE PANTS & MIDSIZE JEANS FOR THE CURVY WOMAN
This is a little like a “try-on” session for things I’ve been trying on lately. But since it’s not about one brand and some of the things I’m wearing are older (I’ll link similar items) I didn’t think about creating a post about it until recently.
That’s kind of crazy I know. Because as a larger, curvy body type myself, I love to see recommendations for pants and jeans in particular. It’s one of the hardest things to get right on a full figure.
So without further ado, let’s have a look and start with the only non-denim pant in the mix.
These Gap Camo Utility Pants have been on repeat since they arrived. It’s no secret that I love loose pants that aren’t jeans and these fit EVERYTHING I love in pants. I only wish they came in a solid olive color. But they will be fab paired with a sweater and booties this fall too.
I don’t know why I look so fierce in this picture (getting over a giant fever blister didn’t help), but I know that I LOVE this look!
Straight-leg jeans are my jam and these vintage-style jeans are no exception.
Take note that “vintage” usually means a minimal stretch, which holds you in a bit more but for a price.
I’m wearing a size 34 (18) in this photo and they look great and felt okay…until I sat down. No thank you for a tummy-ache so I sized up for a looser overall look and feel. And I don’t have to stand up all day. 😉
The hat is one of my favorite purchases this fall and it even fits my big head.
A very similar look to the one above but with a v-neck silky shell and button-fly straight-leg jeans with tons of stretch.
I originally order the size 18, but thought they were too big so I ordered the 16 which felt a bit snug, and they didn’t stretch out when I wore them around the house for a couple of hours. Currently waiting on another size 18 to arrive.
See? Sizing for a big booty is trickay, it’s trickay. 😉
Since these jeans have a raw hem, if I do keep one of the sizes, I will cut them off to ankle length instead of rolling them up.
SKINNY JEANS (JEGGINGS) ARE STILL IN TOO
Have you heard the news that skinny jeans are out?
I don’t know who makes up these rules. But I think they still have their place in our wardrobes.
Mine are technically jeggings and while these are fabulous for stretch and comfort and a little booty lift, I would like a slightly looser skinny fit. I’m still on the hunt and wish more stores would carry the larger sizes in their brick and mortar stores. It would sure save a lot of ordering and returning.
BTW, Old Navy is carrying all sizes in-store now!!!
Skinny jeans actually look really good with longer cardigans. This one is longer in the back than the front but I like one that goes to just above the knee, I think it’s really flattering…and cozy. Let’s not forget cozy.
WHAT’S YOUR DENIM STYLE?
While I love straight-leg jeans, I love a wide-leg and an ankle flare leg too. Remember these fabulous coated ones?
I still say, wear what makes you happy, even if it’s not in “style”. Because by the time we get to be a certain age, we know it all comes back around anyway. 😉
What’s your go-to denim style?