Buying clothes online

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  1. Emily

    Emily Rollin' with my bitches

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    Ok... I need new bras like whoa. LIKE WHOA. I cannot get by with cheap ones, I am a 36D and nothing cheapy fits well or is flattering, ever. I normally drop about $45/per bra at Victoria's Secret. I'm wondering if anybody here has a tip on perhaps an online source with good quality bras for cheaper? And if you do, do you have any measuring/sizing tips? I have literally never (maybe 1-2 times I'm forgetting, or something) bought clothes online; I've always tried them on before.

    Part 2: I need jeans! I have a single, really nice pair that tragically are now too loose since I lost like 25 lbs after buying them. *facepalm* I tend to like bootcut jeans, and would love some that have a nice look and can be dressed up with a nice top, but I could still wear to the doggy-mash pit that is my work. Any favorite places? Preferably with simple return policies in case they don't fit. If it makes a difference, I think I'm a size 10 right now? Which I think most any place will carry.

    Help, ladies of chazhound, HALP. :lol-sign:
     
  2. JennSLK

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    I love Wrangler Booty Up jeans. I know what people who aren't western think of Wranglers but these are modern and you have a lot of choice. They are OMG so comfy, wear nice and are only about $60/pair. THey are called Booty Up because they have pannels built in and lift your but up.
     
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    Get professionally fitted first and then check out various online brassiers. I'm still floored at how "off" on my sizing I was and how much better this new bra fits. Yeah, I dropped $55 on it, but for something I wear every day, totally worth it.

    No help with the jeans, I'm still trying to find some new ones I like too.
     

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