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The jeans overload is everywhere, and meanwhile here in southern Florida I am still hoping that some day it actually gets cool enough again for me to wear denim other than white.  Even my full-length whites haven't seen the sun for months.  

 

 

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I have good luck finding jeans locally.  I like to try on as well.  Certain styles fit better than others.    I have way too many now.

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@sandy53 That is my problem. Some I store,like capris,etc. Some I just put away in totes in the storage area. At the price of jeans today,I hate to get rid of them. Some are hung,some are folded.

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None of them are the type I would buy. They're either cut too tight, too short, or just stupidly awkward looking. Now rips & holes.

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@wakefield64   Completely agree!  HSN, ShopHQ, QVC, that's all they seem to sell ad nauseum.  How many pairs of pants does one need?  

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@Group 5 minus 1 wrote:

@sandy53 That is my problem. Some I store,like capris,etc. Some I just put away in totes in the storage area. At the price of jeans today,I hate to get rid of them. Some are hung,some are folded.


Thanks for responding.  I have jeans and capris stored away that no longer fit me (thankfully they are too large!) and I think this fall I am going to donate the whole lot.  I'm tired of shuffling them around.  I'm trying to embrace the idea that a few great fitting pairs are enough. 

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I was surprised to see these jeans, of all things as the TSV. How many people want beat up, torn jeans? I bought a pair a few years ago, and I've never worn them. The Canyon line is okay, but $$.

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Re: jean overload

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100% agree on jean overload.  I don't find these particularly flattering either even on the most attractive figures.  I am a big fan of Denim & Co but not a fan of these (again) jeans.

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@Effie54 wrote:

I was surprised to see these jeans, of all things as the TSV. How many people want beat up, torn jeans? I bought a pair a few years ago, and I've never worn them. The Canyon line is okay, but $$.


Two of the five colors are distressed (have rips). .  The other three are not.  They are obviously giving a choice to different types of buyers.  Nothing wrong with that. 

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I am an apple shape and I love the pull on jeans, the button up rarely fits me unless they have some elastic in them.