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post weight-loss - did you bin fat clothes or sell them?

(7 Posts)
Talkinpeace Sat 23-Feb-13 17:44:27

charity shop

and replaced them from same ...

the advantage of now being a size 8/10 is that there are loads of nearly new clothes that have been donated by people who were kidding themselves at the original shop

Alligatorpie Sat 23-Feb-13 14:57:12

Congrats on your weight loss. I would donate them, and just get them out of the house.

Iheartcrunchiebars Sat 23-Feb-13 14:13:09

I got rid of most of mine to a charity shop so it will be harder to put weight back on. This included clothes that still fitted (baggy tops etc) but I only bought because I was bigger and knew they would be comfy.

I reckon get rid of them it's another incentive to stay slim when your clothes get tighter.

Wolfiefan Sat 23-Feb-13 14:05:49

Monsoon were offering £10 off a new item when you took in an old one.

Earlybird Sat 23-Feb-13 13:59:38

Is it worth seeing if any of the items can be altered to fit your new size? Though that can be ££, so the item would have to be nice enough to warrant further investment.

Honesttodog Sat 23-Feb-13 13:55:06


Honesttodog Sat 23-Feb-13 12:20:58

I'm on a declutter mission. I lost about 20 pounds last year and have a few items to get rid of. Normallly I send everything to the charity shop but I do have a few things in vg condition, good quality (monsoon, banana republic, boden) that I am unlikely to wear again. Should I bother trying to sell them or just get the clutter out of my house and accept the loss? once I decide I don't want something I like to get rid of it quickly so I don't change my mind...

We are going to move house soon and I am trying to get stuff organised.

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