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8/4/13 1:07 P

Clothes that fit last year don't this year... In a bad way. It's not a good thing, but I'm facing it. I've been telling myself all summer that I need to get with it and lose the weight that the stress of the past year helped accumulate. I tried all of my jeans on and they are not very flattering. Time to face it and lose the weight. No buying new clothes!

8/4/13 12:09 P


TARGETGRL42 Posts: 34
8/4/13 11:48 A

If I don't wear a belt, I am sad the rest of the day because I am hiking my pants up the entire day so that is a good thing! I few more pounds and I can fit back into my "skinny jeans" emoticon

Edited by: TARGETGRL42 at: 8/4/2013 (11:48)
GOODLANDGAL3 Posts: 8,028
8/4/13 11:03 A

My clothes are feeling very comfortable. I am looking forward to them becoming looser though.

ARYLKO Posts: 1,234
8/4/13 10:09 A

too big!

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8/4/13 6:21 A

They don't fit!!! :)

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EWL978 Posts: 2,021
8/4/13 6:10 A

Most are new because I just couldn't wear the baggie old ones any longer.

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8/4/13 2:44 A

Better! And some things that were too small fit again!

SIMONEKP Posts: 2,615
8/4/13 1:20 A

loose, I need to get some new ones


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8/3/13 9:56 P

tight and I am not liking it

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8/3/13 2:30 P

They still fit tight but working on cleaning up my eating, and lost at least 1 lb so far. I bought some new clothes in one size up a couple of weeks ago and hoping they are too loose in a while. I do have clothes in the size I used to wear. I hope those are too loose in a few months.

Edited by: KEELIEFRA3 at: 8/3/2013 (14:32)
8/2/13 6:57 P

Poorly. But instead of buying clothes the next size up today when I went shopping with my best friend I just offered fashion advice instead!

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8/2/13 6:44 P

Great! Last summer I was a size 13-15. This summer I'm a size 1-2. I even gained 13 lbs and still fit comfortably in my size 1, 2's.

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8/1/13 10:11 P

I'm still a little lousy at buying clothes for my "new" body. I didn't just lose weight but my body type changed completely. I went from a plus size hour glass/ apple shape to a pear with a much smaller chest lol. I don't know what to try on so I end up trying on everything then buying nothing lol. I'm also not quite the size I want to stay just yet so I cringe spending money on stuff for my in-between sizes.

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8/1/13 8:46 P

not the ones that I want to!!

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GA2NEGIRL Posts: 32
8/1/13 7:29 P

A pair of summer pants that were too snug last summer are just hanging on me this summer. I should probably stop wearing them, but I hate to buy more this summer when I hope the new ones will be too big by next summer.

Edited by: GA2NEGIRL at: 8/1/2013 (19:37)
-HEALTHYAMY Posts: 2,905
8/1/13 9:10 A

My clothes are fitting better. Not much weight lost but took measurements today and have made some progress. I guess I will keep up what I am doing along with improving my consistency with tracking.

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8/1/13 8:17 A

My current closes fit well and I am very happy. Have slowly started getting rid of my larger clothes. Before I always kept them, and had stored clothes from size 20 to size 8! I am now wearing 4's or 6's depending on whether the brand "vanity" sizes or not. I have finally taken the 20-12's to Goodwill. The 8's and 10's I still have. It is more superstition than anything. I am afraid I will "jinx" myself by being too cocky and getting rid of all bigger sizes!

Edited by: CHESAPEAKE60 at: 8/1/2013 (10:13)
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8/1/13 2:04 A

Baggy as you can see.

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7/31/13 9:38 A

I have some pants that I can pull off while buttoned they are so loose. I have some that didn't fit in smaller sizes so I just need to take the time and go through my supply and get rid of the too big and start wearing the ones that now fit.

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7/31/13 12:46 A

loose & baggy

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7/30/13 9:42 P

Awesome! It's a great feeling! I've had to replace everything! Shoes surprised me. I went down about half a size. I also had to buy new bras, underwear, swimsuits.... it has been fun shopping again!

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7/30/13 4:23 P

My clothes fit tight. I've been eating junk food everyday and walking a bit, but my Doctor says if I keep on going this way I'll be over 300 lbs in a year (I'm 265 lbs. now).

Edited by: KEELIEFRA3 at: 8/3/2013 (14:28)
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7/30/13 3:50 P

I've put weight back on. I'm not wearing those pants again until I lose some of it. Now, I've put this weight slowly back on over a long period of time. But I can't get my weight down and stay down. I lose a pound or two and gain it right back. So frustrating. I have about 5 pairs of work pants that I could be wearing, but I can't fit into them any more.

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7/30/13 3:47 P

Most of my clothes still fit, though admittedly they fit a bit looser than they did earlier this year. I guess I can lose quite a bit of weight without really changing much in size (but then, I was only just barely above a healthy BMI when I started this weight loss journey).

EWL978 Posts: 2,021
7/30/13 3:05 P

Not only my clothes needed replacing (I looked funny in baggy jeans), but my shoes were too loose!!

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