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Top Tips for Putting Together a Wardrobe as You’re Losing Weight

By Imogenl @ImogenLamport
When you’re in the process of losing weight, you don’t want to be spending lots of money on clothes that you won’t have for long as you pass through that weight, but you will need clothes to wear, preferably ones that you feel are flattering as you reach your new healthier weight. losing weight wardrobe losing weight wardrobe by imogenl featuring a ribbed cardigan
  1. Get a great belt, you may find that belting over the top of your tops to define your newly emerging waist will get you a few extra months from some of your shirts and tops that are now too big for you. Plus belts can keep up your pants and skirts as they get loser around the waist.
  2. Focus on accessories, wearing a scarf or great necklace or earrings to draw attention up to your face and to dress up your basic clothes and create lots of different looks.
  3. Check the sales racks first, look for stretch fabrics which will accommodate you more as you become slimmer. Buy only basics that are easy to mix and match so that nobody notices you’re wearing the same clothes over and over.
  4. Get some alterations on your existing wardrobe.  Taking in a waistband can make a garment wearable for another few months and is a much cheaper alternative than buying new all the time.
  5. Create a capsule wardrobe, any new items that you buy to get you through need to work together, so pick 2 colours and 2 neutrals that all work together and stick to them to ensure that all your clothes mix and match for maximum versatility.
  6. Look for skirts over pants as you buy for your temporary wardrobe, they are easier to fit and are more easily altered and have the ability to fit you at a couple of sizes without looking odd.
  7. Try charity shops, consignment stores and ebay for well priced clothing items to get you through your transition.
  8. Resell your larger clothes on ebay.  If they’re not in your cupboard then you won’t be tempted to ever put back on the weight!

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