Jeans! I don't look all that bad in that.
March 20, 2013 8:58am CST
From past 2 years I have almost stopped wearing jeans thinking that I no more look good in them. I always felt that I have put on a little extra fat in my thighs and in this age of skin fit jeans, there are not many options left for me to even buy the normal straight jeans. I have searched them all the places and I never got one. Finally I made up my mind and tried the skin fit jean only, in which to my surprise, I din't look all that bad as I had thought I would look. I looked better. But then still, I wasn't all that great also. Finally after a lot of searching and roaming a lot of shops, finally I got a couple of jeans, which weren't skin fit and they were not even straight. These pants were something in between these two and I felt good and confident with these jeans. Now I can pull out the tees from my closet and start using them. hahaha.., how much i missed wearing jeans.
21 Mar 13
I have felt the same way these past months, as I have really gained weight with having not much of an activity except doing the chores. I veer away from buying jeans as I think I look a lot smaller now with the way that I look. But last weekend. I went to a Forever 21 outlet and saw these great looking jeans. It was of stretch fabric, and yes they were skinny jeans, but the fit was perfect and since I chose a dark colored jeans, I feel that my shape is not that awful looking. But I am trying to lose those extra fat on my tummy so that I could wear all the blouses I had who are form-fitting.
20 Mar 13
Some people say skinny jeans are for really skinny girls, but that's not true. I know about myself, as an overweight girl (who's short, in addition) that straight cut and skinny cut are the best for me, because they are going to make my legs look longer (whereas the bootcuts, which loads of people are recommending for chubbier ladies can make you look shorter and even chubbier)... the secret just lies in finding the right style. Nothing too light, too washed, nothing too low-cut and nothing too tight (skinny and skinny can differ in that part, too). Oh, and straight cut and similar styles are never gonna go out of style.