Good day ladies and welcome back to the next installment of the Where to Buy series. This time I’m sharing my favourite places for denim, jeans that is! From coloured and fashion forward to classic and beautifully cut, there is something here for everyone {sizes 6-26}. I’ve already had a couple of tips regarding other denim one stop shops so let me know where you get your jeans in the comments below because like the wide fitting boots post, this one may need a follow-up. Are you ready to shop? Let’s do this thing!

17 sundays plus size jeans

17 Sundays {sizes 14 – 24}

This Australian label delivers you sexy, white-hot denim in some of the best colours this season. Heck, any season. Slim fit pants, ankle crops and zip details. These are young and fun and something I wish was around when I was a size 16 teen looking for clothes that fit the body I had, not the one I was trying to diet and exercise in to. Know someone fun? Tell them about these jeans. The best.

ASOS Curve plus size jeans

ASOS Curve {sizes 16 – 26}

An affordable and easy wear option, the ASOS Curve {and now featuring New Look denim too} jeans make up the majority of my wardrobe. ASOS provides lots of great options  in lots of sizes that really fit the fashion denim category. These are the jeans you pick up when you want acid wash, high waist coloured jeans. These are where you pick up the trendsetter jeans. They won’t last you a million years, but they will get you through a season or two and for their price, they’re more than worth it.

Embody Denim plus size jeans

Embody Denim {sizes 6 – 22}

Having not purchased these jeans myself, only working off online reviews these are the jeans you invest in. Classic styles, colours and cuts, these are your investment piece jeans. Cut beautifully in a quality denim all the reviews talk about their quality and weight. The old school weight of denim that wears in beautifully and holds you tight without strangling you. Check them out if you are looking for THE pair.

Torrid plus size jeans

Torrid Denim {sizes 14 – 22}

Another in the fashion jeans category is the Torrid Denim range. You’ve heard me rave about these beauties and I only have the two pairs. A great fit, lots of options in terms of style and fit and colour, these are worth paying the postage to Australia to get your hands on. The skinny fit ankle zip jeans are my personal favourite, I love the showing of the ankle, there’s just something so HOT about that. And since it’s never really THAT cold here, I can wear them all year round. Try the Torrid jeans if you want range, a great fit and fashion colours/styles.

Virtu plus size jeans

Virtu {sizes 12 – 24}

Last and by no means least, Virtu has done it again with their fashionable, but less disposable range of jeans. I have four pairs of jeans from Virtu last year and all barely show any signs of wear. A quality product that will withstand the test of time. Well, two seasons and counting over here, I’ll keep you posted. This year Virtu is offering everything from cropped jeans to classic length and cuts. My favourite are the second from the left in the deep teal, now don’t they just scream autumn/winter to you?


So that’ the wrap up, where do you buy your jeans from? What do you look for in a good pair of jeans? Fit, form, function? Let me know below. Coming up next fortnight I’m planning to share some great spots to grab plus size tights. With winter coming up, some great pairs of tights are essential. Either that or I’m going trend spotting with leather. I haven’t decided yet. Do you have a preference?