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Lauren
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@Kimberly 31470 wrote:

As I was driving home I was thinking I know I have lost nearly 4 stone since nov. And have gone down from 26/28 to a18 . I’m well pleased ��but what I have noticed is that I only wear baggy trousers and top , and I don’t like tight fitting clothes . Is this becausetight-clothes remind me of the old me ( I struggling to say the f word ) they make me feel uncomfortable . Is this my brain not catching up with the change in my body ? .

I think you have answered your own question Kim.

I think we get so used to wearing not only baggy but dull clothes that we find it very difficult to change. I have to say that I have always been a lover of bright colours and have always worn them – even at a size 34! however, they were NEVER close fitting. I wore a bright orange top and floral leggings to an audition with my daughter many moons ago. I was mortified when it was televised – I looked like a giant Seville orange in the front row!! Friends phoned to say they had seen me and I was so embarrassed. I stood out like a sore thumb. I have to say though, it didn’t stop me wearing it haha!

Like the lovely Teresa says, go and buy some clothes that fit. Size 18 is just one size above the national average so show off all your hard work. If you can’t go fitted, go bright! Celebrate your achievement and be proud (and loud!)

Look forward to seeing you next week guys 😉

Doodah x

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