Buying Clothes After Weight Loss
If you would like to post a reply, then please login (if you already have an account) or register (if you don't).
Does anyone else have problems buying clothes after weight loss? I'm really aware that a lot of what I'm buying is probably more suited to someone heavier than I am now, and I kind of drown in a lot of my clothes.
I just don't know where to start.
It might cost you a few dollars, but have you thought of splashing out ona session with a stylist?
It's a great way to try out things that you might not normally consider for yourself.
I did think about that, but all of the ones that I've seen are linked to a clothing store and I feel like there would be a hard sell of their clothes, IYKWIM?
Have you got a sister LLL? Or your best friend? Schedule a shopping trip and then try on a bunch of clothes and ask for honest feedback.
That's a good idea, Jen. No pressure to buy then, either.
how about one of the online styling services? I've never tried one, just a suggestion.
They are SUPER expensive, Angela. One of the ones that I looked at was $100 for a T SHIRT! :o
They aren't very good either, IMO. One of the girls I worked with went to one, and uh...$100 burlap sack. Not cute.
I think I'd take a hard pass on that one lol
I don't like shopping online any way...nothing ever fits properly and I end up sending it all back. :(
Disclaimer: Everyone's body is different. So individual results might vary depending on starting point, goals, and effort. We can't and don't want to make any guarantees or claims about the actual amount of fat you'll lose or the amount of time it takes for you to lose it. Or about the permanent nature of weight loss. All content on our website is for information purposes only, not a guarantee, claim or promise of any kind. Statements posted by our users have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. We are a social website for people who want to discuss healthy weight loss.