After getting frustrated with different brands of women's jeans - one brand's size 16 is another brand's size 20, tall jeans are 4 inches too long, but average jeans are an inch too short - I finally gave up and went to the men's section. You can get your size, and your length, for HALF the cost of women's jeans. And they're not stretch material that will bag within a half hour of putting them on. Great for this transitional period where I'm losing weight and inches!
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I went to a thrift store and bought 3 inexpensive jeans, kinda tight but not to tight. When those jeans start to feel lose I take those old jeans back to the thrift store then buy another 3 kinda snug jeans. I could tell I was losing weight buy the way the jeans felt, and it makes me feel like I accomplished something. Like a game, for each pants size is a new level of weight loss and I get to go out and buy more jeans while getting to get rid of bigger ones.
Make sure NOT to buy clothes to tight
I am a girl but when it comes to getting advice about exercise and diets I look at men's magazines. Women's weight loss magazines are ok but the men's mags are a bit more intense and different! Try it out! I get Men's Health, you get so much more advice in a magazine. Women's magazines have more fashion advice, motivational stories etc. It depends what you want but if it's hardcore help.....then MAN up!!!!
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