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Old 02-07-2007, 07:14 AM   #1
 
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Default Neat site if you are looking for jeans that fit

It's called zafu.com. You answer various questions about your body type and then it gives you a list of the namebrand jeans/fit/style/price of jeans that are the best for your body type. Very cool!
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Old 02-07-2007, 08:38 AM   #2
 
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well all the gap jeans i wear were listed so i must be doing something right lol
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Old 02-07-2007, 08:45 AM   #3
 
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I really like the zafu website. Although it seemed like I could never find any of the specific jeans they recommend, It did make me look at different brands than I normally might, and I found some DKNY jeans that fit me perfectly for only $29.
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Old 02-07-2007, 10:06 AM   #4
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I got some Aeropostale low rise [first time for me!], short length, stretch, & boot cut & love them! They fit perfect. I really don't like that the boot cut of today is not the same as back in the day. I want a narrower leg, but I don't think those so called skinny jeans would work for me :dunno: grrr

And also it was kinda funny b/c hubby was checking out my jeans. Of course, they are that lighter denim & look like they've been worn before! lol
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That's cool. I don't wear a lot of jeans, but I got a bunch of BabyPhat and Lucky jeans, which are brands I would be more likely to buy!
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Old 02-07-2007, 10:50 AM   #6
 
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If you're fat like me, you have to take a poll but they don't give you any information. They're just starting to work on plus-sized clothes, I guess.
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All I got were Crew and BK something or the other for size 18. Guess the perfect fitting Gaps I were aren't doing it.
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I wish that all my top matches didn't cost $150, because they look like nice pants if I could afford them. I really don't have $150 to spend on a pair of pants. I cringe spending $50 on Gap jeans. I just don't think the designer jeans are 3 times better than the Gap jeans. Better, yes. But not that much, if you don't care about the brand name, which I don't. I'd buy even cheaper jeans if Gap long sizes didn't have a 35 inch inseam, as opposed to everyone else whose longs are 34 inches. I LOVE being able to buy pants in the store. I have to order from everywhere else.
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I saw this site on here earlier and used it. While one brand was $150, I did find a wonderful pair of Baby Phat that work nicely with minimal waist gap, and no coin slot. They make the rear look good too.
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I saw this site on here earlier and used it. While one brand was $150, I did find a wonderful pair of Baby Phat that work nicely with minimal waist gap, and no coin slot. They make the rear look good too.
Do I even want to know what a "coin slot" is?
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I saw this site on here earlier and used it. While one brand was $150, I did find a wonderful pair of Baby Phat that work nicely with minimal waist gap, and no coin slot. They make the rear look good too.
Do I even want to know what a "coin slot" is?

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I saw this site on here earlier and used it. While one brand was $150, I did find a wonderful pair of Baby Phat that work nicely with minimal waist gap, and no coin slot. They make the rear look good too.
Do I even want to know what a "coin slot" is?

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The tiny pocket in front...
No, that's a coin pocket. Why would the lack of one of those be a good thing?
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I saw this site on here earlier and used it. While one brand was $150, I did find a wonderful pair of Baby Phat that work nicely with minimal waist gap, and no coin slot. They make the rear look good too.
Do I even want to know what a "coin slot" is?

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The tiny pocket in front...
No, that's a coin pocket. Why would the lack of one of those be a good thing?

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I saw this site on here earlier and used it. While one brand was $150, I did find a wonderful pair of Baby Phat that work nicely with minimal waist gap, and no coin slot. They make the rear look good too.
Do I even want to know what a "coin slot" is?


It when you see a little bit of crack in the back.

http://www.zafu.com/roller/page/blog...the_nasty_side

Potentially NSFW as you see a little bit of butt crack
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I saw this site on here earlier and used it. While one brand was $150, I did find a wonderful pair of Baby Phat that work nicely with minimal waist gap, and no coin slot. They make the rear look good too.
Do I even want to know what a "coin slot" is?


It when you see a little bit of crack in the back.

http://www.zafu.com/roller/page/blog...the_nasty_side

Potentially NSFW as you see a little bit of butt crack
Oh, whew, I was afraid it was related to "camel toe," which I'd never even heard of before coming to NC.com.
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Old 02-08-2007, 07:42 AM   #16
 
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Ugh, one pair of jeans it listed for me I already own, but it went heavy on the Baby Phat rec's. I'd rather walk around in ill-fitting jeans.
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Old 02-08-2007, 07:50 AM   #17
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I love the jeans that they suggested for me - too bad they're all about 120+ dollars out of my price range.

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Ugh, one pair of jeans it listed for me I already own, but it went heavy on the Baby Phat rec's. I'd rather walk around in ill-fitting jeans.
I said that too until I actually tried on of the rec'd pairs on. I scoffed at them before, but love them now. They feel fab.
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Old 02-08-2007, 07:51 PM   #19
 
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I think I hear angels singing. THANK YOU for reccomending this site!!
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Old 02-08-2007, 07:57 PM   #20
 
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Great site! Thanks.

There were 152 jeans to choose from, so I will look this over when I have more time.
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