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ILoveMillhousesDad Tue 12-Dec-17 20:49:46

The lower part of my tummy has never recovered after having my daughter (almost 9 yrs ago ๐Ÿ˜’) even at my slimmest size 10, the overhang was there.

It doesn't usually bother me that much, but I have my works do on friday and have a great dress I want to wear.

You can slightly see the motherfucking, bastard twatting overhang.

Does anyone know of ANY shapewear at all that could disguise the overhang? Don't care if it's uncomfortable ๐Ÿ˜‚

Elephant17 Tue 12-Dec-17 20:53:54

Depends on the dress I think! What's it like? And what's the rest of your figure like? I think different things work for different shapes. I like the M&s shapewear tights, they have different types.

Elephant17 Tue 12-Dec-17 20:55:01

But if you wanted bare legs obviously not!

CherryChasingDotMuncher Tue 12-Dec-17 20:55:05

Yep. 2 giant babies have rendered me a bit wobbly. I am otherwise a slim size 10 but I look 3 months pregnant in a lot of clothes.

I have accepted the bulge.

kaytee87 Tue 12-Dec-17 20:56:25

I think most shape wear is terrible and uncomfortable. A pair of high waisted briefs is usually a better option (I think sloggi do some seamless ones)

FetchezLaPhoque Tue 12-Dec-17 20:57:13

I totally have that overhang. Spanx are still my favourite shape wear. I like the high waist ones but when I was smaller the normal waist ones worked well too.

Prettyprettygood Tue 12-Dec-17 20:58:06

I too have an mum apron. I have never managed to hide it, so I can only suggest you drink enough to forget itโ€™s there ๐Ÿท

Doyouthinktheysaurus Tue 12-Dec-17 20:59:09

Yes, had a wobbly stretch marked tummy after large ds1 and ds2 and then I had major abdominal surgery when ds2 was 15 months old. It's hideous and I can't fully disguise it.

Although stretch marked and wobbly, my tummy was fine until I had the surgery. The surgery made the shelf which nothing but more surgery would fix.

Rangelife Tue 12-Dec-17 20:59:44

This is something I've always wondered about...after 3 DC's mine looks like a little front bum blush

So how come all these celebs that have had multi parity haven't got one? And if I got down to my height of anorexic weight of 6 stone 2 would it still be there?

Pants-they do good tummy panel ones in M&S.

c3pu Tue 12-Dec-17 21:02:22

So how come all these celebs that have had multi parity haven't got one?

Personal trainer, dietitian and surgery.

Silvertap Tue 12-Dec-17 21:05:05

I have a waist corset which hides mine nicely in a posh dress

NSEA Tue 12-Dec-17 21:05:17

I like my m&s ones. They shape all my tummy in. Not completely flat but kind of levels it off so gives the appearance of smoother...not wobbly overhang if thay makes sense. Size 10 here.

Autumnchill Tue 12-Dec-17 21:05:46

I got a body shaper from M&S, light support to give smooth lines. Looks like a swimming costume rather than some torture device that you can't get in/out of easily

ILoveMillhousesDad Tue 12-Dec-17 21:05:50

My figure is alright in other stuff. This dress isn't clingy really, just touches on my 'mum apron' (stealing that one ๐Ÿ˜)

Yes, it's a free bar, so I think I will just drink until I don't give a shit pretty

Thank you all.

ILoveMillhousesDad Tue 12-Dec-17 21:07:02

Reading the updates, I will take a trip to m & s tomorrow I think.

It will just give me that little boost of confidence.

WellTidy Tue 12-Dec-17 21:07:15

The Spanx that go from the bottom of your bra strap to mid thigh are fab. I have had two decent size babies by EMCS and I have a small frame. Even when I am at my fighting weight, I need my Spanx in anything fitted.

MistyMinge Tue 12-Dec-17 21:07:26

Yep after 2 c-sections. First time round it wasn't too bad, but after number 2 it was a lot worse. I can't wear anything that clings round the tummy in the slightest. I hate it with a passion.

Santasbigredbobblehat Tue 12-Dec-17 21:07:55

I have. However slim I get. Spanx helps, but gives me stomach ache. hmm

Santasbigredbobblehat Tue 12-Dec-17 21:08:35

I refer to it as โ€˜the guntโ€™.

yorkshireyummymummy Tue 12-Dec-17 21:09:06

c3pu I think some of them have elective c sections and a tummy tuck at the same time too!

Narnia72 Tue 12-Dec-17 21:09:14

Try www.themagicknickershop.co.uk. If you email them for advice with your size and type of dress, they will recommend, and have good return policy so I have bought a few and tried on. Not affiliated with them, but they give sensible advice and don't just try to flog you their most expensive line. I've recommended them to a few friends and they've been equally impressed. X

Thetreesareallgone Tue 12-Dec-17 21:11:01

I have one too. Just big pants and tights seems to hold it mostly in on a daily basis, but then I don't wear tight dresses any more.

I can't be bothered to worry about it, perhaps if it were the only wobbly bit among lots of toned body, it would be annoying, but it isn'tsmile

Foxglovesandsweetpeas Tue 12-Dec-17 21:11:28

These are very good

www.amazon.co.uk/Maidenform-Waistnipper-Womens-Shaper-Medium/dp/B002LLMRES/ref=sr_1_1?keywords=flexees+maidenform&tag=mumsnetforum-21&ie=UTF8&qid=1513113048&sr=8-1

DownstairsMixUp Tue 12-Dec-17 21:13:22

Yep high knickers sort it. Or being a size 6 but that's too much hard work

teewee Tue 12-Dec-17 21:13:40

Don't other people feel sick and bloated and awful in shape wear? I feel like I can't eat or drink and get a really gripey stomach

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