Help finding clothes that are sophisticated
Soccer cleats hypervenom sorry, there is a long story explaining this:
Ever since I had my daughter back in January, 2011 I have been struggling with the tummy flap and about 15 extra lbs around. Hopefully as moms on here the new cr7 boots ya’ll can understand my frustration and maybe suggest some things.
I’ve been needing some new clothes for awhile so I asked my mom to come with me shopping and help me pick out stuff that looks good. Of course, I always migrate to the juniors section because it’s what I’m comfortable with and have always worn.
My mom convinced me that since I am no longer a teenager that I should get some “bettermade” soccer cleats hypervenom and “more stylish” clothes. That is partly true because once I buy a new shirt and wash it a couple times, rhinestones fall off and the cotton start pilling. Another reason I reconsidered juniors is that none of the shirts are long enough for me. I’m not big, I just have a very large chest, DD and the largest size juniors come in is XL, which is too short.
So, she took me to the misses department in the same store and picked out some Lee jeans for me. They are called Naturallyslimmingbecause I have a little bit of a belly from some weight and stretched belly and that’s what makes trying on clothes hard. This being my 20th pair to try on and feeling tears of frustration coming, I went ahead and bought them anyways. Keeping mom happy I guess.
Her philosopy is that I’m not a teen anymore so I have todealwith it and that these are the only pants that will fit me anymore.
Long story short, I need some guidance in some stores that are geared towards young women, with trendy tops, jeans, ect. I have tried the new cr7 boots Belk, Aeropostale,AmericanEagle, Pac Sun, Maurices, Buckle.
I am 5’5, 140lbsand wear a size 14 pants. I know I need to lose about 1015 lbs, working on it, but need some clothes until then, can’t be naked! Oh, and I just turned 21.
Express, Forever 21, H Outfitters may not soccer cleats hypervenom be in your area but they are online; they are expensive so check out their Sale section. Again, expensive but the brands are well made; check their Outlet section.
For low cost, moderate quality everyday wear, Target and Old Navy are ok.
I also like to shop at resale and consignment shops. Buffalo Exchange is a national resale chain that caters to young and trendy clientele; check their website and see if they are near you. I see that you are in AL so I don’t know how good the resale market is there; I live in urban Northeast with a large college/under 30 population so there are quite a few good resale and consignment shops.