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your new size – you are still the same shape- but you now can’t pull it all o[n/ff]
Hardest parts about restoring weight.
-Resetting your mentality- changing the way you think will resolve a lot of the negativity. Challenge those thoughts.
-The dosh to pay for a restored wardrobe- its ‘defeating’ having to try on new clothes and having none of them fit because you are unsure of your ‘new shape’. Then emotionally unattaching yourself from the clothes. Make it cost effective.
-Learning your ‘new’ body- most of us have a false sense of our own body. Just like when we hear our own voice and think ‘ew, is that me’. Don’t be discouraged and just focus on what fits.
No haters please. Every body is beautiful. ‘what a load of positive crap’. Ah, no. I’m serious. I have never looked at someone and thought ‘oh no child, you got a “bad” body’ I’ve only ever thought ‘if only they knew how to show it all off, because damn they got every thing going for them’
My professional advice
Buy as you go along, if you are someone who likes to have the latest trends, buy things that are low cost and look timeless, recycle, borrow and swap.
If you are more patient or aren’t as fussed over wearing a new outfit every day, buy quality staple pieces. Stay with basic tones and patterns so you can make it different every time you wear it- with a blazer, jewellery, shoes etc.
Once these items don’t fit put them in a vacuum sealed bag with all your storage for when your weight fluctuates.
Buying gradually as you build up to your healthy size saves money and stops frustration.
Even as a personal stylist, knowing how to restyle and critiquing every outfit around me I still find it hard to perfect myself (as Beyoncé said “perfection is a disease of a nation”)
here are some items that are a ‘must’ to feel like you have an abundance of different looks. REMEMBER these items fit everyones’ basic needs but you are going to have to do the hard work to make each item suit your shape. We’re not all the same.
2 casual trousers
2 dress trousers
1 black dress
1 black 1 white blouse/button up
1 black 1 white 1 grey T-shirt
It works for both women and men.
Feel free to play around with this list.You may prefer to only wear skirts rather than trousers. This simple list can be altered easily, if you want a more detailed private consultation feel free to email firstname.lastname@example.org to purchase this one on one time.