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Stop trying to force your body into clothing that is either too large, too small, too loose or too tight - celebrate and ...
flatter your natural body shape by buying clothes that are the right size for you. Find out why and how!
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Buying Clothes That Do Not Fit
Now ladies, we have all been there. You are in the changing room. You are trying on a size 26 jean but there is one problem, you are actually a size 32. Yup, face it ladies, maybe there are some of us who would like to be a little bit smaller. But you know what? There is little something called reality. And we should all learn to really love our bodies. And if you do not love your body, then take your body to a gym.
The fact is, buying stuff that is too tight or too loose does a huge disservice to your silhouette. Wear something too tight and all you see is bulges and bumps everywhere. If you wear something too loose, you are hiding something that maybe you should be showing; or maybe your butt. Anyways, fact is, buying clothes that fit actually do you a favor. So, look in to that. You would not be sorry.