Thanks so much
Just put some books/big kitchen pot, in your jeans when wet and leave them for a couple hours .... make sure you squeeze what you put in your jeans so its tight and it will strech it, it may go back smaller when you wash them again, but if you generally wear them after doing this, they may stay in the size you need them :) just be careful not to strech them too much that they rip :) hope this helps!
Agreed! Or if this is a recurring problem (and it's not because, say, you're a girl with an extreme "apple" shape and you're trying to get a good fit out of a pair not made by Paige or R&R), it might be because your own waist "sized up" a little, so maybe downsizing yourself is the way to go! I'm still fighting some grad school weight gain and, rather than selling off all my jeans that used to fit or taking the waistband stretcher to them, I'm taking the initiative to knock those pounds off.
True, but most girls should have stopped growing before they're old enough to be joining forums like this (I was completely done growing heightwise at 13, actually weighed 15-20 lbs more than I do now...in college when my weight went a bit lower, and I was about a 28, that was the same size I was at age 12). I know guys grow later but unless a girl is an extreme athlete who has been training so hard that it stopped her puberty, she should be long since done growing by age 16 or so.
At the moment I'm wearing my beaten up jeans virtually round the clock,
http://www.thenorthfacesclub.com/north-face-equipment-north-face-shoes-c-32_33.htmlbut I'm expecting a new pair of quite heavy jeans this weekend that I shall only use for daywear or I'd bake!!Plus I would like to keep them smart for as long as possible!::icon_razz.gif:rolleyes: