There are some brands that make curvy cut jeans. You might need a wide leg, too. Lands End has 3 cuts, and even some plus sizes. But there are other brands. Calvin Klein is one, but I don't know the price.
By googling "plus size curvy jeans" you might find more.
Hello there- don't worry about losing those curves. I am curvy on the top and bottom. I have lost weight over the years and still have my curves. I understand the pain with buying clothes. I have discovered though once you start building muscle mass that changes a bit. I am currently there with my pants and its driving me crazy but it makes me work that much more to want to have clothes that look great on and I know I'm going the healthier way!
don't worry. You will still be curvy but more attractive. I know this because I have a big butt and wide hips and when I lose weight, men say I look great. I have about 15 pounds to lose but I can see my curves again as I lose the weight. You're golden.
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My whole life even before being overweight everyone told me I had a big ass. And a lot of people think it's sexy and compliment me on it. I'm Irish-Puerto Rican so I have pretty big hips to go with it and I'm defiantly busty. The issue with all these curves is that I still have a gut and big thighs to go with it. Also that when I go shopping my waist is a lot smaller than my butt so If i buy too small my thighs don't fit and if I buy too large there's a gap. Despite all this I have always liked being considered curvy instead of plain old fat. My biggest fear is losing the weight and possibly losing my curves. It would make shopping easier but I couldn't imagine a day when I would no longer be one of the curvy girls
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