narilka: (Default)
[personal profile] narilka posting in [community profile] beauty
Anyone have suggestions for what to do for the in-between stages of clothes when doing some major weight loss? I just started a program that should help me drop a large amount of weight. (I've already done 20 on my own in the last few months.) I only have one pair of pants that fits me at this point (and it's only going to get worse), and I'm sick of ironing dresses (which are more forgiving in fluctuating sizes).

I'm on a bit of a budget since I just became unemployed as well, and if I'm only going to fit into a couple months, I don't want to spend a ton on it, anyway. Anyone have some good ideas, aside from learning how to sew a potato sack into something appropriate?

Date: 2009-05-05 04:10 pm (UTC)
pocketfuloflove: By <user name="ilovehim"> (Default)
From: [personal profile] pocketfuloflove
I've always had trouble with that stage as well.
LOL the only thing I can think of is to go to cheap stores for the time being (be it a used store like goodwill or garage sales) or generally cheaper stores like TJMAXX.
I know I wasn't much help. ^_^

Date: 2009-05-06 03:38 am (UTC)
darlingdeb: (Yay!)
From: [personal profile] darlingdeb
Check out consignment shops maybe you can consign or sell some of your larger clothes to them.
WTG on the weight loss!

Date: 2009-05-29 10:06 am (UTC)
xlucyx: (Default)
From: [personal profile] xlucyx
Thrift stores are always a good option if you are looking for something cheap, you can always later sell items when they are no longer the right size.
You could also try clothing swaps with people you know or borrow stuff.



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