You bastards are lucky. I have a size 32 inch waist, with an unfortunately large size 36 ass. It makes for some very awkward jeans shopping. I either have to settle for uncomfortably baggy or ass bulging and crotch hugging. It's not fair!!!
I hear you. I have a bubble butt and skinny legs. If they fit nice in the legs my voice goes up a few octaves.
"Be who you are and say what you feel because those who mind don't matter and those who matter don't mind." - Dr Seuss
They have 30" and 31" waist jeans with 35" inseams.
This was the closest thing I could find. :/
Thanks for the attempt. I think I had tried Lucky at one point, and ran into another problem. My legs are too big to comfortably fit in them (I ski excessively in the cold 6 months of the year, and do distance biking in the other 6 months...) without looking like some of the retarded "goth/emo?" kids I see hanging around the mall.
I'll look at them again though, since I'm not sure if they are the brand I'm thinking of or not. Thanks! $60 for a pair of jeans is way too much, hopefully they'll be on sale if they do actually fit....I buy levi's for $25, because they get destroyed in 6 months with how I work...
I sympathize with you, though. It's a little hard for me to find good jeans, too, because I have no discernible ass. The length and waist are easy -- the cut, however, they don't put on the label. Also, once I do find a pair that fit, either the quality sucks and they fall apart, or I tear holes in them. It's frustrating.
Can't recall what number they were but I found a real baggy pair of jeans in Vegas that fit my 34" waist and hang way below my 32" legs so may be a good fit... just don't expect to show off your arse in them.... unless you've borrowed that keg.
As for women's sizes... see list of things that need fining/ shooting immediately. I believe I added it... stupid fricking idiosynchratic sizing method.