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Relentlesslyintherealworld Sun 22-Nov-15 21:35:30

So... I feel lost style-wise. I've lost 3 stone over the last few months so gone from size 22 to 16-18 and I'm feeling a lot more confident but I just do not know what to wear!

I'm 5ft 2 with big boobs, big bum and chunky legs (long boots are a heartbreak).

Things I like wearing: leggings and dresses but struggle with what to put on my feet. I would love to wear long boots but just can't squeeze my legs into most. I have just bought some wide ones from Evans but I am cramming my legs in and need a lie down after putting them on!

I also like wearing jeans and longer tops. I'm currently living in jeans, long vest and jersey cardis but or leggings, just above knee dress and cardi. With flat ankle boots... I don't think the boots are flattering on my legs though.

I'm willing to try new things. I want to feel young (I'm only 28) and a bit stylish.

Can anyone make suggestions?

myotherusernameisbetter Sun 22-Nov-15 21:41:12

I thik what you are wearing sounds fine ;)

But how about boots like these:

You could wear some fitted jeans instead of the leggings or with thick tights and a wrap over dress or a dress like this:

Relentlesslyintherealworld Sun 22-Nov-15 21:55:01

Ooh, I like both of those. Thanks for the links.

myotherusernameisbetter Sun 22-Nov-15 22:02:19

Just saw this on the same site that might be worth a try?:

Well done on the weight loss too - bet you feel (and look) amazing smile

Dowser Sun 22-Nov-15 22:21:48

Are you better with a fit and flare type dress?
Something with a bit more material in the skirt....maybe a skater dress?

If you've got large hips they can emphasise it though.

EverybodyHatesATourist Sun 22-Nov-15 22:54:41

Simply Be do boots in various calf sizes if that's any help

Relentlesslyintherealworld Mon 23-Nov-15 23:07:50

That link to Very's personalised recommendations is fantastic. Thank you so much!

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