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Will my trousers fit???

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8y, 10m agoPosted 8 years, 10 months ago
Hi all,
I am having ankle reconstruction on Monday...my problem is...I only really wear jeans and as I will have to have a cast for 2 months I wonder if my jeans are likely to fit over the top!

I have never had a cast before or even know anyone that has so I am not sure how big they are in circumference.

My jeans aren't particularly baggy so would it be advisable to get some horrible unfitted crop trousers??

Thanks for any advice.
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8y, 10m agoPosted 8 years, 10 months ago
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1 Like #1
if it was warmer shorts would be the best but seeign as its freezing avoid shorts

from memory (of breaking my ankle) i would say track suit bottoms may be the best, the ones that can be widened at the bottom
banned#2
mini skirt:w00t:
#3
slap a dress on
#4
sassie
mini skirt:w00t:


perv
1 Like #5
I had a motorbike accident in November and I have a foot support thing that's a bit smaller than a cast (but can be taken off) and I don't really have trouble wearing jeans over them but i've lost a lot of weight since my accident so all my jeans are baggy now xD

I actually prefer to wear jogging bottoms (not the nylon kind.. the thick warm ones) - guess you'll just have to wait and see.
#6
sassie
mini skirt:w00t:


Oh, that would not be a pretty sight! :oops:
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donnydude
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ermmm excuse me im not the one buying kinky pants:p
#8
rwm24
I had a motorbike accident in November and I have a foot support thing that's a bit smaller than a cast (but can be taken off) and I don't really have trouble wearing jeans over them but i've lost a lot of weight since my accident so all my jeans are baggy now xD

I actually prefer to wear jogging bottoms (not the nylon kind.. the thick warm ones) - guess you'll just have to wait and see.


I can't wait and see or I'll be coming out of hospital with no bottoms on!
I think I will get some of those jogging bottoms you are talking about and then at least I will not get arrested!

Thanks.

P.S Sorry about your accident.
#9
allstar2
if it was warmer shorts would be the best but seeign as its freezing avoid shorts

from memory (of breaking my ankle) i would say track suit bottoms may be the best, the ones that can be widened at the bottom


Thanks for the advice. I feel a shopping trip coming on!
#10
They had them in Matalan for £4 in November, no idea if they are still around though :(

Just get something cheap and baggy so you don't come out with no bottoms on and experiment with jeans etc when you get home :)
#11
Tight jeans to mini skirts!

Don't forget to take your Elizabeth Duke ankle bracelet off first :whistling:

Good luck
#12
owlass
Tight jeans to mini skirts!

Dont forget to take your Elizabeth Duke ankle braclet off first :whistling:

Good luck


Thanks.

Never done tight jeans or mini skirts....Wow, that really would be a sight to behold! :shock:

Never had an anklet either but now you mention it...once the reconstruction is complete maybe I should get some white stilettos to go with it.
#13
sassie
ermmm excuse me im not the one buying kinky pants:p


ahem i didnt buy the kinky pants and they werent going to be for me so there!

andreahh24
Thanks.

Never done tight jeans or mini skirts....Wow, that really would be a sight to behold! :shock:

Never had an anklet either but now you mention it...once the reconstruction is complete maybe I should get some white stilettos to go with it.


don't forget to post pictures :thumbsup:
banned#14
donnydude
ahem i didnt buy the kinky pants and they werent going to be for me so there!


yeah, yeah, yeah :roll:
#15
sassie
yeah, yeah, yeah :roll:


plus they turned out to not have the ahem protruding insert!

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