Love/hate relationship with my big ol' hips!!

Monday, August 06, 2007

I love having curves but I am sick of not being able to do simple stuff like go to the store and buy jeans without trying several pairs on over & over again. My friends will know what size they are and simply pick up a pair of jeans & buy them without worrying if this will fit!!!
I have bought jueans in "my size" got them home & they stop at my hips/booty when I go to pull them up. So I have to go back to the store try on a size or two bigger & then they do not fit in the waist.

I am working on it though but it is taking forever. I love being curvy but I am sick of all the extra stuff that comes with it.
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    You know I do the same thing. The jeans will be all big in my waist because I had to get a bigger size for my hips/booty.
    You know what though my BF LOVES my hips and butt and told me he doesn't care what I do to lose weight and make myself healthier but he does not want me to lose my hips or booty! So I just settled for the size bigger jeans and bought myself a belt. LOL its just a number to me anyway.
    4855 days ago
    Oh, I feel you on that one! I've always had a smaller wast with bigger hips and a flat butt, so jeans that fit in one place would be too big in the other and vice versa. Now that I'm slimmer, though, there's a new problem. My muscular thighs are still a size bigger than my waist! My conclusion is that whoever designs jeans is clearly not a woman and has possibly never seen a real woman...:)
    4857 days ago
    I know all too well what you mean! Sometimes I find jeans perfect for my waist, but they're too small to get past my hips...sometimes I'll find jeans perfect for my hips, but they're too big for my waist! It's like a never ending battle! Hopefully losing some weight will sort out this problem.
    4864 days ago
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