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What a fab thread…. I’m only 5 months into my band journey. Whilst i love buying new clothes i do find it very difficult at times. I can look at myself and not see much difference in shape, but there must be, cos i’m wearing size 18 jeans and mostly 18/20 tops….. I use to 24 . I still think i look bad, god knows what i must of looked like before.

As for choices, well this can be very hard too, if any of you are like me, sometimes you buy items cos there’s no other choice available. With only 2 or 3 shops to go to i would offten see other larger ladies with the same top. I would buy baggy t.shirt/tops to cover the lumps and bumps, and now i’m finding i still go for the same shaped things but in a smaller size, still covering up. Does this change with confidence ???? Some of my friends say they can’t tell i’ve lost 3 1/2 stone, cos my stuff is still baggy and not fitted. ( mind you my spare tyre is still there, and to me it’s not going down, so i still feel i need to cover up ) … Been told to buy ‘hold you in underwear’ , …. Does anyone else wear these garments on a day to day basis ? Are they comfortable ? , any recommendations .

Heidi.

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