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I have recently rediscovered my love for jeans. They were worn almost everyday from the ages of 12-17 and the thought of wearing anything else was terrifying; skirts and dresses were a foreign concept. 5 years later, in the space of a week, i have purchased 3 pairs of skinny jeans from Topshop (2 from ebay ;)). The baxter jeans were bought first; £13 from ebay, waist 25" with a 28" leg, fit like a dream. The second pair, £25 (brand new leigh forest green) have a 26" waist with a 30" leg, not so dreamy, leg is fine but are skin tight! I imagine this is how they are meant to be however. The third pair (£8 ebay, another pair of baxters) have a 26" waist with a 30" leg, not so great as the first pair but are tres comfortable.

At the moment i am bidding on the pippa jeans on ebay, i have heard good things about them and yes, i know i am late to the joni party.

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