Now That You've Lost Weight, Here is How to Show off Your Body ...


Losing weight feels so good, doesn’t it?

Until you start to have trouble getting dressed because everything you own is now too big.

One of the best perks of dropping excess weight is that you get to shop for new clothes.

Don’t give in to the temptation to cinch up what you already have.

If you truly want to flatter your new figure, it’s time to hit the mall and buy new things.2

You don’t have to spend a ton of money, but you’ll be set to dress yourself and will be turning heads everywhere you go.2

I consulted the experts at Shape magazine and bring you their best tips.

1. Buy a Really Beautiful Structured Jacket

Buy a Really Beautiful Structured Jacket

You’re used to hiding your shape, but now is the time to show it off.

A structured jacket hides flaws and highlights the narrowest part of your body.

Choose one with three quarter sleeves because this style accentuates your waist and pulls you in around your midsection.

This fabulous jacket can be worn with jeans, dresses, skirts or slacks.

Any way you do it will look great!

2. Try on All the Jeans You Can Find

Try on All the Jeans You Can Find

Jeans are pretty forgiving, which makes them perfect for girls of all sizes.

However, wearing the ones that are too big won’t do you any favors.

You need to invest in a couple of well-fitting pairs will make you look slimmer and leaner.2

The experts say to choose dark wash, straight leg jeans that are not low-rise and that have a bit of spandex so you can move in them.

3. Go to Victoria’s Secret and Ask for a Bra Fitting

Go to Victoria’s Secret and Ask for a Bra Fitting

Your breasts contain quite a bit of fat, so when you lose weight, yours may get smaller.

You can’t show off your new silhouette if you’re wearing a bra that’s too big, so get yourself fitted so you know the precise size you need.

Then, while you’re there, go ahead and buy a couple of new ones.

You’ll feel as good as you look!

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