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Re: Do you "advertise" your rolls?

Muffin Tops are tacky all hanging out. Not a cool look for anyone. right up there with Plummer's Crack.

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Re: Do you "advertise" your rolls?

I'm not finished cleaning out my closet as I switch clothing from summer to fall. I also tried on all of my dresses and donated all that were too tight or too revealing. ITY jersey in solid colors isn't a good look when it's too tight because it can reveal back fat. Even if a dress or top looks ok from the front, if the back view is back fat or rolls, it's not going to look good.

 

I also went through boxes of sweaters and shrugs and got rid of ones that were too tight for the same reason. They are nice enough and some unworn so that I think someone will get good use from them.

 

I still have lots of dresses and shrugs but at least now they all fit!

 

Last week I went through my gloves, hats, and scarves and got rid of ones I won't wear again.

 

I find it easier to clean out my closet when I tackle a small amount at a time so it's not overwhelming.

 

 

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Re: Do you "advertise" your rolls?

Too-tight clothes will create rolls even in people who don't really have them. 

 

I see women every day who are wearing clothes so tight that everything shows. It is not a good look. 

 

And a lot of women who think they don't "need" shapewear would look so much better if they tried it. 

 

I do see a few women who look like they do not need shapewear...but they might look that way because they are wearing it! 

 

Personally, I love shapewear. I always wear a comfortable, lightweight shaping cami. I love how it smooths everything under my clothes. I've lost a boatload of weight & shapewear also prevents excessive jiggle. It helps me look as good as I feel. 

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Re: Do you "advertise" your rolls?

  • No, I like to advertuse my compassionate, friendly nature and the fact that I don'look for perceived faults in others in order to feel better about myself. Smiley Happy
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Re: Do you "advertise" your rolls?

'No-sireeee', not me! 

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