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3/7/10 9:51 P

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I'm waiting for my insurance check from my car break in before I can get some new clothes. All but two of my pant/sjeans are 36s and I'm rocking 30s-32s now.

It's funny how I used to dress big to make me feel better ... my friends had to *fight* with me to put on clothes that fit me when I first hit goal.

Now I follow a guideline: buy something I feel totally comfortable in, something that technically fits, and something I find a little daring (no leather and everything's covered, mind you, but trendy vests/hats/belts or things that show off my shoulders but hide my loose skin).

I always leave the tags on.

What I find is I start to associate loose clothes with my fat days, and after a while they began getting on my nerves.

But it's definitely something you grow in to, getting used to clothes that fit, or even experimenting with your personal style.

Grow into it. The irony, right?

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-- Lost 200 pounds while food writing, and maintained it 10 years
-- Went from pizza-guzzling wallflower in rock clubs to (very) aspiring boxer and artist in his spare time
-- Hit goal and felt a little thrown to the wolves. Dedicated his life to increasing support for those at or nearing goal and eeking every possible amazing thing out of it.

Limits? Pah.

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Great outfit - great price -- you look great!

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I don't think I look particularly good in empire waist clothes. I have worked HARD at having a trim waist and hips and I'm not going to cover them up with clothes that don't actually show them.

For example, I found a pretty dress in one store that was empire-waisted and it wasn't flattering until I paired it with a blazer that pulled it in around my waist and hips. My two sisters were with me and agreed.

Mainly for me it's about making sure shirts are long enough to cover the above-waist skin flaps in front - often an issue with workout gear.

The other problem I have at 5'7" is that most pants and shirts are too short. Now that I'm in a small/medium, a lot of things fit *around* me but are designed for people *shorter* than me. So I have to try everything on, because in a cold climate, it's no good wearing things that end up being 3/4 sleeves. LOL

A 32" inseam is the minimum length I can usually get away with, and I always have to drag a chair into the dressing room so I can see if the pants are flooding when I sit down.

While losing the weight I became accustomed to shopping at thrift stores and consignment shops and that's now where I prefer to buy things. The variety of colors, textures, and styles makes it a lot of fun to put together outfits. Plus I'm loving the price. LOL

I try on everything, because over the years clothing manufacturers have made the sizes physically bigger. Depending on the year made, the cut, and the brand, I wear anything from 6, 8, 10, 12, to 14. I even have a vintage 16 skirt that fits pretty well.

I'm closest to a modern 8/10 in most retail shops.

Here's an outfit put together entirely from consignment and sale items:
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suede boots: $13 on consignment
leather pants: $26 on consignment (with tags still on!)
pink shell: $19.95 on sale at Chico's
black embroidered & sequined shirt $20 at a feed store

Having fun in clothes that feel comfortable: PRICELESS (hehehe)

And while it is somewhat form-fitting, I don't feel particularly exposed in it. And I LOVE that the sleeves cover my wrists when I stick my arms straight out! LOL

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1/19/10 8:31 P

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I feel the same way. I don't feel comfortable in my clothing. I can't hid. I wore a size 26 and always said, I will be able to wear cute clothing, one day. Well, that day is here and I how I feel in my new size 10 which is a little too big. I guess it will take time to adjust.

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give yourself time to get used to them..

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I think you will get used to tighter clothes. I had a hard time adjusting also, but I finally realized I look much better with tighter clothes but it took awhile. Listen to you husband and daughter until you can 'see' the new you.

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Understand the too long - petites usually work for me, but I've had a life time of too long - if I'm good I get around to shortening legs otherwise I'm just fashionable (lol). I have enjoyed getting new clothes since I've lost weight - but I have to have my cheerleading team along with me because I "feel insecure and unsure" too. But what's really funny is that I no longer want to wear "old lady" clothes - I don't want to wear teen age clothes (although I fit in them for the first time maybe ever) but I like clothes that fit - I finally have a body which I can be proud of.

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Amen, I hear that Nell. I have the same problem with
pants ( I don't wear Jeans ) I'm only 5 foot 4 inches
so they are ALSO always too long. But size wise, I
pick a pair of pants that fit great on the " bum" that means I always have to take in the waist. I guess we have to learn to adjust to age and size.
Some of us will ALWAYS have to put up with having
our clothes altered.
Hey, it's better than not being able to find clothes like a friend of mine, because
a 28 long is STILL TOO SMALL FOR HER. She WON'T
join SPARKS.


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I like empire dresses (they are easy to make, too), but empire tops look like maternity clothes to me. I don't mind a closer fit above the waist, but shirts have to stop at the waist. If they go lower they cling to my butt, not a good look on Grandma.

It's jeans and pants I can't find to fit. They bag beneath my, let's face it, sagging rear end. Age makes clothing choices more difficult regardless of weight.

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Glad you asked Russ, For the Female body, a dress or
top will ALWAYS look better if you choose an EMPIRE
Style, with the seam under the bust,the rest flows away from the waist and hips. And I DON'T MEAN GET A TENT. JUST NOT TOUCHING THE BOD. For the MEN, you
want to choose a sport coat or sweater that fits a
" LITTLE " loose from the hips. Kinda like a STRAIGHT LINE from the shoulder. If you HAVE VERY SLIM HIPS, MALE OR FEMALE YOU CAN WEAR A MUCH SHORTER
TOP, MID HIPS OR HIGHER, IF YOUR " BUM " IS LARGER
THAN YOU LIKE, YOUR TOP OR JACKET CAN REACH "ALMOST"
TO THE BOTTOM OF THE 'BUM' NO LONGER, OR MALE OR FEMALE WILL LOOK LIKE ALL TOP AND SHORT LEGS. NOT ALWAYS A PRETTY SIGHT.
Hope I was able to help a little bit. But any body else out there with good
suggestions,,,, please jump right in and tell us.

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1/12/10 3:06 P

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I'm looking into this right now:

For the folks who tailor, or are seamstresses ... are they any particular cuts that are particularly post-weight-loss friendly?

My original thinking was for advice for people wanting a trimmer cut clothes but still dealing with loose skin; and you see a ton of "fitting your body" shows on now, but I don't often see it discussed in terms of how clothes are actually constructed and what specifically do you look for.

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-- Went from pizza-guzzling wallflower in rock clubs to (very) aspiring boxer and artist in his spare time
-- Hit goal and felt a little thrown to the wolves. Dedicated his life to increasing support for those at or nearing goal and eeking every possible amazing thing out of it.

Limits? Pah.

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I for one spent way too long putting clothes on my bod that I thought were hiding my obesity. I just wasn't comfortable having it all "out there" -- even though, properly fitting clothes really do look best no matter what your size happens to be.

Now that I've shed the weight, I'm all about the fit. I even go to the tailor to have things taken in (my smallish waist, larger hips usually = a gap in my pants/jeans).

Eventually, you'll get used to how proper fit feels and you'll never go back to the drapey look. As long as you aren't cutting off your circulation or restricting movement (LOL), you are probably just fine.

Remember, the opinions of other people doesn't really matter. It's how you feel that counts. Sometimes we just have to rewire our thinking to accept the new, slimmer person staring back in the mirror!

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Here is what i do.
I go in a store.
I get whatever I see that i like, an arm full of what i think might be my size. then i head for the room to try them on. Always try them on. If i think they look good on me, feel good, pay no attention to the size. Leave what doesn't fit.
I'm done. At first, i had a hard time figuring out what wasn't "too young looking" until I watched "what not to wear", and learned the basics, as i listed in my previous post. Then it was simple. Very simple. Take a friend if you need anothers' judgement! Happy shopping!


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12/29/09 5:12 P

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I talked about some of this a while ago. Here's the link of one story, featuring our very own Jaqilantern!

"JackieRamirezdiscoverslife,sanssleeves"ww
w.secondhelpingonline.com/?p=573


the clothes bit is really interesting ... I'm wondering if any of y'all had the same difficulty with accepting not just smaller clothes, but tighter fitting clothes. It can be really intimidating!

My friends had to have knock down drag out fights with me to realize I didn't have to hide in clothes anymore. Now I'm very uncomfortable in very loose fitting clothes. I still have to "dress around" my loose skin, but it's not a big deal for me anymore. But it was definitely a process and an exercise in being bolder and more self-expressed.

My rule for myself when I shop (yeah I'm a guy, but in this respect it's not THAT different) is I buy what I feel comfortable in, always try a size higher and lower to see the differences, and always walk out of a clothing purchase with one piece of clothing (sometimes a vest, or a hat, or a pair of pants) that pushes my expectations of the clothes I can wear, or the style of clothes I can wear with confidence.

Shopping as a personal growth opportunity.

Best,
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-- Lost 200 pounds while food writing, and maintained it 10 years
-- Went from pizza-guzzling wallflower in rock clubs to (very) aspiring boxer and artist in his spare time
-- Hit goal and felt a little thrown to the wolves. Dedicated his life to increasing support for those at or nearing goal and eeking every possible amazing thing out of it.

Limits? Pah.

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I too had developed a habit of buying things that were just too big; seeing some unposed photos and some video of myself helped to reinforce that clothes that fit really are more flattering and look better...I think family/friends will be honest (take into account how they dress themselves...do their clothes look right?) and when I am shopping, I ask advice of the sales people, I usually explain that I am trying to get away from always buying too big, but don't want to go too far the other way...some of the best advice I have had is from other shoppers overhearing me talking like this with the sales person...(and as I said, I take into account how that person's clothes seem to fit them)...

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12/29/09 2:42 P

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What Not to Wear" has great advice, i had to watch several shows to get to "older" women, but basic advice was the same, and their website has the same advice too.
We have the habit of wearing too tight stretch pants, too big tshirts.

Just 2 rules...

1. For us older women, Jeans, or pants are best in dark colors, straight from down from the hip, not tight skinny legs, slightly relaxed fit, ( a dropped-waist sitting at the belly button eliminates the muffin-top).
2. tops of sleeve seams should hit at the top of shoulders, not drooping half way down the arms (too big tshirts), v necks are good, no horizontal stripes, (graphics are for kids and for lounging around the house).


Mixing colors are good. Accessories are good. There...Clean out your closet of too big clothse!


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I like to wear pants that hit me right below the waist. I used to think they were "too young" but then I found out how easy it is to bend over in them. I don't like elastic in the waist because it looks bulky. Whenever I wear my old old jeans from 10 years ago (painting, working in the yard) I feel like I am being strangled. "Mom jeans" really do look old now.

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It has taken awhile for me to get used to wearing more form-fitting clothes, but it feels great now. I've had compliments from people whose opinion I value.

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BusyMom - thanks for posting the questions and the rest for responding.
One of the things I've been debating is whether to take my suits and dress pants in - now I'm going to.
No more baggy butt! emoticon

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you are going to rock those jeans! And yes I had a bit of clothes anxiety, but it's just so much fun to feel pretty. I have bought some things that I can't bring myself to wear very often because I feel risque in them. I guess we all have our own comfort level, but I do enjoy form fitting closes that make me feel like a female.

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I'm 80 pounds below my all time high. I find shopping now is harder. There are so many things to choose from. And just a couple pounds up or down makes a real difference in fit, where my 2X or 1X fit plus or minus 25 pounds!

Just wear your jeans that fit around the house with people you know like them for a day or two. Then wear them out for short trip (like the grocery store). Gradually they will feel right.

Enjoy your success. You look wonderful!


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Have you ever watched "What Not to Wear?" The experts say that loose clothing makes you look bigger. Clothes that fit properly enhance your assets. Jeans are classic. Go for it and remember when the 12's feel too loose, it's time to try a 10!

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I just had a look at your page and you look fabulous. Those size 12 jeans will look fantastic on you. I'm 61 and when I managed to get into size 12 straight legs I felt marvellous. I love to wear them with a little heel. Go for it. If you get too much attention from young handsom males, you'll know you look fantastic and you can always save them for time with hubby.

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How do you think they look on you? What is your reason for feeling unsure of yourself. Are they hip-huggers? It is very difficult to find pants now that come up to the waist.

I feel funny in s'ghetti strap tops but I wear them! I know my arms are just too flabby but you know what? I just no longer care. If anyone says to me how flabby I am, I intend to shrug my shoulders and say, "size small" and then just smile sweetly!

I say enjoy your new jeans! You have worked very hard to get into them and if you can sit in them, you can certainly wear them outside.

If it makes you feel better, continue to wear your shirts out - I still do because for me they are more comfortable that way.

This is all about how you feel, no one else.

As a 90 lb loser, am I a big enough loser to answer your question?

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Ha! I know how you feel! I hid under my husbands clothes for years! I am still working on learning to dress more feminine! Lol!

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OMG I was right there with you. I thought they were too tight and trampy. I asked my BF and he said they were great and I looked HOT. Okay.. so I guess they were a little trampy, but heck, I felt like flaunting it emoticon

So if your husband and daughter say you look good, they do! They shouldn't let you out of the house w/ them on if you asked and they didn't think you looked good!





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I always listen to others when it comes to clothes. I have what I think of as a "slow eye": by the time my eyes become accustomed to a look, it is out of style. Left to my own devices I'd always look a decade behind. Ask the opinion of someone you trust to tell you the absolute truth. This isn't the time for someone to humor you, or to get you to dress the way they would dress.

I was 21 when I lost weight, but I'd spent all my teen years dreaming of teen clothing. Which looks ridiculous on anyone over the age of 17. I also hid in clothes for years, pregnant and normal. I was afraid of people thinking I was trying to look like someone I wasn't.

I got over that at last, and am used to being my current weight. You have age to your advantage: somewhere in your 40s you'll stop caring what others think about you. It's very freeing. If only I'd learned that years earlier.

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I am the same way! It has taken me sometime to get use to the idea that clothes are going to fit different. My only advice is to keep trying things on. After a while you will get use to how new clothes will fit you. I wish I had better advice for you.

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I tend to wear things that I probably shouldn't. I feel like I lost so many years and I'm at the point where I feel like I really don't care. I do ask the opinion my of DH just to make sure what I'm wearing doesn't look awful. I've also got the critical eye of my mother watching out. So, in my opinion, if your family says that it looks good..take it and run with it! Congratulations on your success!!! Birdie.

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So I bought a pair of straight leg, size 12 jeans. They fit. I can pull them up, button and zip them just fine. I can sit in them (LOL). THey're the first pair of Levi jeans I've owned since HIGH SCHOOL. (I'm 46!)

So what's my problem? They fit *CLOSE* and I'm just not used to it. I feel totally insecure about wearing them 'out'. Now, both my husband AND 22 year old daughter assure me they look perfect, and they 'fit'.

I just can't wrap my head around clothes that fit, instead of clothes that 'drape' and 'hide'.

All of you maintainers (especially you 'big losers')...can you offer advice?

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