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Bum lift pants recommendations please

(4 Posts)
RiffyWammal Wed 05-Nov-14 09:52:51

Since losing 3 stone this year I have no discernible bottom. As another poster said of hers, what's left of it is smeared over the backs of my thighs grin

I am doing squats, but what can I do in the meantime so I look ok in jeans and not like a flat-bottomed old lady? There are so many bum-lift garments on the internet that I don't know what to go for; I bought some long short things that purported to be 'bum lift' from Primark last week, but they are effing useless.

I have seen pants with silicone pads but I don't really fancy that. Although actually I do get a sore bum if I sit on a hard seat so I might appreciate the cushioning effect. Oh my god I've remembered my late nan used to have to sit on a cushion because her bony arse hurt otherwise! There really is no hope is there, I'm on the slippery slope to sagging decay. sad

ItsGotBellsOn Wed 05-Nov-14 11:40:27

The Primark bum lift ones are useless arent they? They gave me a double bum shock.

Is it that you want your bum lifted and shaped or you want the padded pants that make it bigger?

I have a big arse, so cant help you on bum padding, but I wear M&S high waisted shaping pants (they look like big knickers) and they lift and shape the bum decently under jeans and arent hideously tight and uncomfy like Spanx.

RiffyWammal Wed 05-Nov-14 12:10:49

Yes I want my bum lifted and shaped, I would feel a bit silly with padding. I will look in to the M&S ones thanks - although I looked at their shapewear earlier and they don't seem to do any that are 'bum lift' anymore, they seem to have stopped? They are available on eBay though.

I quite like the look of the 'bum bra' kind of thing (like a sling for one's poor tired saggy bumcheeks) but I'm not sure.

wishitwasstillhalloween Wed 05-Nov-14 20:00:01

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