Insomniac Sale Picks: Trouser Jeans

*In this late-night feature – which will run on Tuesday and Thursday of each week – I’ll gather up three fun items that are currently on sale online and share them with you! I would LOVE suggestions: Stylish wide-width pumps? Classic v-necked sweaters? Chandelier earrings? Petite dress slacks? What would you like to see featured?*

Alyson requested a few picks for trouser jeans, so here we go:

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Banana Republic Denim Trouser - was $89.50, now $42
with code BRLABOR

At least in the fall, BR typically has a pair or two of trouser jeans available. This style is a mid-rise with all the typical trouser details including hook-and-bar closure, wide leg, and back welt pockets. Available in this dark wash as well as a medium blue wash in sizes 0 – 16, including short and regular inseams and petite and tall sizes. This dark wash pair is similar and available in sizes 14W – 24W.

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Lee Curvy Fit Maxwell Trouser – was $58, now $36.99

Since this is a curvy fit, it’s designed for a figure with larger hips and butt than waist – expect the waistband to curve inward to avoid gapping, a feature that may not work on straighter figures. A great option for curvy builds, though, with a 9.875″ front rise, top entry front pockets, and the classic wide trouser leg. Available in this Imperial Blue dark was as well as a slightly lighter Indigo rinse in sizes 4 – 18 in three inseam lengths. Also in plus sizes 16W – 24W in two hem lengths. This style also comes in several non-denim colors and options.

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NYDJ Wynonna Trouser in La Crescenta Wash – was $120, now $83.99

I definitely prefer dark wash trouser jeans, but the two pairs above are SUPER dark. These NYDJ trousers have a bit of sanding and shading for a slightly more jean-y look. Front slash pockets and faux welt pockets in back. Available in sizes 0 – 18, sold out in 12 and 14. Also in plus sizes 14W – 24W.

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Loft Modern Trouser Jean - was $79.50, now $39.50

Less dressy with the button-through flap pockets in front, but still trouser-y with their wide leg shape and sleek styling. A great option if you want trouser styling for weekend or casual wear. They’ve got a 33″ inseam, but since trouser jeans look fab with heels that could be perfect for some! Available in sizes 24 – 32 (waist measurements). Couldn’t find a similar plus style but these are a lighter wash in 14W – 24W and these come in five washes in 14W – 24W including petite lengths.

Other not-currently-on-sale resources for trouser jeans:

  1. NYDJ - Consistently stocks trouser jeans in regular, petite, and plus sizes. In addition to the ones above, love this dark wash pair.
  2. Macy’s - Several classic dark washes in regular and plus sizes. These straight leg trousers have a slightly slimmer silhouette than most.
  3. Nordstrom - I typically see trouser jeans at Banana Republic and Ann Taylor, but neither delivered more than one style this time. Nordstrom is mostly carrying the same brands as other sources, but a few others are sprinkled in.

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Already Prettypoll: Shopping Weaknesses

Over time, I’ve been able to train myself out of (most) clearance rack snap decisions. The refrain of “this is not the last good deal in the world” helps me leave behind amazing bargains, especially when I know that I don’t need them and wasn’t looking for them in the first place. My shopping kryptonite? When the perfect thing crosses my line of sight after months of searching. Example: A recently purchased flippy tencel/denim skirt. I love it to bits and it’s perfect – and not something I’d found on the thrift racks or anywhere that might offer me a real deal – but I paid a lot for it. Possibly more than I should’ve for a casual skirt. But it was THE PERFECT THING!

My other weakness is seeing things I’ve added to my wishlist starting to sell out in my size. Scarcity. Gets me every time. Almost anyway.

What are your shopping weaknesses? Are you a sucker for a certain much-loved item – v-neck cardigans, ballet flats, etc. – under any circumstances? Swayed by bargain prices? Do you stalk stuff online and get anxious when you see your favorites selling out, as I do? What can make you buy, even if you weren’t planning to?

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