Mens Jeans - Next or Tesco?

Ive lost a fair bit of weight and was after some new jeans. I must have tried on nearly 100 different jeans from Debenhams, Gap, Next, Tesco, ASDA etc etc. So all ranges and budget. I cant justify Levis at £80 as they just dont do it for me.

My question of which I hope you lovely HUKD folk can help me with is that Next and Tesco jeans seem to fit me best in the slim fit range around the leg and the bum.

My girlfriend says that next quality has gone down hill a bit with materials and how they wash in a lot of their ranges. Prices have not gone down though.
So Im wondering if I should bother with next jeans and just get some tesco slim fit or will they last even less long? Rather buy 3 pairs at the same price if they will wear at the same rate? Experience and advice is greatly appreciated.

Thanks in advance.


Ex husband is a builder, so his clothes take a hammering. His jeans were always from Tesco. Started off smart, ended up like all work clothes, but lasted years.

tesco for everyday, £29 hollister jeans when they are on offer for smarter days outs .

My hubby wears next skinny and they look and wash great. I think they are really competitive too price wise.

Try the M&S range, I struggled to find quality jeans that I felt comfortable in until I surprisingly tried there.
They cater for all types slim fit, boot fit etc.

I used to buy jeans from next.

I always buy next Jeans. They always are nicer and softer than other cheaper ones.

Have you also tried Burton, Top Man, H&M, Matalan for around 10-40, particularly now with several deals on.

Superdry, USC, Debenhams, John Lewis for higher end branded.


Next jeans are nice. Although i prefer Zara jeans, only buy from here when it's the sale period. can pick up jeans for 20 quid.

River island do great mens jeans,especially if they're in the sale! My other half got a pair today for £15! He wears them for years and they wash up really well and have a good range of styles.

Hey, I would also try Tesco or Burtons and a big CONGRATULATIONS on your weight loss.

TK Maxx, try and find the French Connection ones for around the £25 mark, they are always good quality. Otherwise the cheap Crosshatch jeans for unmdr £20 are always good value. TKMaxx have fitting rooms so you can try on all their jeans, nice and easy and use a bit of common sense and you can get a fairly good deal.

Pull and bear id say. Great jeans very cheap and really look nice
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