I'm in a serious attempt at changing my lifestyle and getting fitter and thinner.
I need to cull my wardrobe but I've just started and none of my winter clothes are wearable - well, they are but they are falling off me, look awful and give me licence to eat as they feel so loose!
Shall I just get rid of everything that doesnt fit today and worry about buying a new winter work wardrobe in october when its too cold to keep the summer stuff on?! If stuff doesnt fit well now - its going to be even bigger by the time I need to wear it.
I've never got to the point of serious weightloss where I actually have to stop wearing hings becaus they are falling off me! Slight incident with jeans falling down at legoland resulted in emergency belt made from a scarf!
I'm just scared that if I put in a box under the bed I will know its there and take my eye offf the ball and never shrink out of it. but, if I get rid of it all and the weightloss stops I will need to buy the same sized stuff to replace it.
I have exactly the same dilemma - winter stuff too big and pretty worn anyway as I've always refused to buy more until I've lost weight - one of the work skirts is 5 years old and has been worn twice every winter week
Trying to screw up the courage to get rid rather than save "just in case" - will only keep selected items that may be useful in that awkward period between getting bigger and qualifying for a maternity wardrobe.
Get rid is definitely the way to go - remove all temptation Just take a deep breath and do it - I'll join you
I nearly wet myself with excitement the other day as I wore a size 22 skirt and cardigan from a "normal" range from Tesco and Sainsbury's.
I might even get away with not buying anything from Evans ever again this winter coming! Which is a shame for my bank balance - but it will be so nice to be able to go to any city or town in the UK and not worry about not being able to get a new top or pair of pants if I needed them!