Clothing dilemma solved!
So before driving home for the holidays, I took almost all my clothes to salvation army, taking only several changes of clothes that are now also starting to be too loose. As it turns out, after digging through my dads old attic I found some pants and shirts from junior high more than 10 years ago that fit better than they ever did. After 3 months of SCD! This diet rocks! How is everyone else replacing the gaping holes in their wardrobe?
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Hi Drew. I had / have a similar issue. I have dropped almost 90 pounds since beginning of January and recently took a 4x pile, 3x pile and 2x pile of clothes to Goodwill. Instead of buying new clothes, I am settling on buying clothes at thrift stores until my body settles in on a steady weight. It has been fun to get new/different clothes without the big expense and the stress of wondering whether I should spend all that money. The other day I went and got 2 pairs of pants and 3 shirts, for under $10.00.
My friends think I am nuts, but I am too cheap to invest in new clothing again until I am starting to get at a goal weight, whatever that may be.
Drew, like I mentioned to Mike above, the only thing I've really had to go buying is pants since my old ones look like MC Hammer pants by now. I did keep one pair as reference though and as a bit of a reminder of how far I've come. As far as tops and shirts go I am digging now into my old college clothes, which I haven't fit into in years.
I'm having the same issue. Its a great issue to have
I pinned both sides of my clothes at the waist until I finally give them to someone or take them to the goodwill. I struggle when it comes to buying new clothes that I know will only fit me for such a short time. Lately I had someone give me a few clothes in my current size since they had lost weight due to a medical reason.
I only kept one " huge" outfit in my closet for my Awesome future "BEFORE" & "AFTER" pics that I will get to post here and on facebook. That outfit will always be a reminder of where I do NOT want to return too.
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