Hi Georgina was teh quality ok,I have just had a quick look and the prices are keen,and as you said a good range of differing lengths,I shall measure my mums inside leg todayHave recently used Chums, online site for trousers for my mum. They do different lengths etc. Sizes come up quite large as I found out, but they have a good returns/exchange policy. Georgina
Thanks I will have a look online,just used the store locator and I haven't got one near me unfortunatelyHello, I buy trousers for my mother from Bon Marche - she's 84 and is just under 5ft tall - the 25" trousers fit her perfectly. Always a good choice of lengths and colours, they have elasticated waists so are easy to put on. They wash well and need minimum ironing which is always a plus! Bon Marche is on-line and they have shops in most high streets. Good luck.
Pretty good I think. I saw Mum wearing a pair yesterday and they looked smart. I originally bought a size 12 which I would say was larger than a 12 (probably an old fashioned 12!) so exchanged for size 10s. I have also bought from Cotton Traders, but Chums have a greater choice of jersey type trousers. Also worth a google on offers as they often offer 10% or similar off. Good luck! GxHi Georgina was teh quality ok,I have just had a quick look and the prices are keen,and as you said a good range of differing lengths,I shall measure my mums inside leg today
ThanksHi, ooh I do love a shop.
M&s do sleeved thermal vests in a good range of colours, they look like tops and are lovely and soft, they are called Heatgen - stretchy but I always go up a size or two.
Sainsbury's TU clothing often has elastic waist stuff and at good price.
Brilliant idea! We don't have any really big supermarkets near us - but it's worth trying online.Just a thought MrsMoose. If your dad is small enough for older boys clothing would the school uniform department a supermarket have the sort of things you're looking for? The colours are a bit restricted but grey and navy are normally available and they're guaranteed washable.