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KymmieL

I have noticed.

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KymmieL

most of my jeans and shorts are woman's. I have one pair of each in men's. Lately I have noticed that the ladies jeans and shorts fit and feel more comfortable. Has anyone else had this revelation? 

 

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Susan

Oh yea. I fell in love with my women's jeans and shorts right away. It was easy for me to figure out what size I wore to. I wear a size 8. Susan

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ckd

I prefer women's jeans and shorts.  I love form fitting with stretch and like the way my legs and butt looks in them.  I wear women's jeans and women's short shorts at home (wife is used to it by now).  I wear women's leggings at home all winter long.  A few years ago I was able to find some Levis men's jeans that are form fitting with stretch and bought 6 pairs.  They could pass for women's jeans and probably do.  I wear them most of the time.  Levis has since ruined that style - they have become baggy.  I hate baggy oversized jeans. 

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JohnniGyrl

Yes, women's jeans always fitted me better & I wore them often, even before I realized I was transgender. As a rock'n'roll type of person, nobody bothered with seeing me in them - plus high heels, long hair, guy-liner & nail-paint. They probably thought I was in a glam-rock band. lol 

 

Woman's shorts always looked better too, I usually can't wait til summer and get into a pair. I have every length you can imagine, from knee-length to super-short. You can also always modify a worn-out pair of ladies jeans into shorts too, with a pair of scissors, measuring tape & a marker. It's all good.

 

 

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Josie Beth

Since I fill out my guy jeans fairly well sooner or later I’m going to need some women’s jeans. I think I’m size 10 but it’s been a while since I’ve worn any. My biggest issue is tucking, not that it feels horrible but I’m completely lacking any women’s undergarments. I’m probably going to get those before any jeans get ordered.

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