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need2loseinGA
07-26-2007, 01:08 PM
**Before I start this one must remember even tho I am a lady I buy mens pants because its easier and I am lazy**

Ok so I do weigh myself everyday (in the morning) but its not official till Sunday morning. Well this morning I got in the scale and it said 145. So I thought what the heck let me see if I can fit these 34 waist pants I have. And guess what??? They did a tiny bit snug but I could zip and button them with ease. :carrot::carrot::carrot: I will be back in to those 32 waist jeans in no time.


Puncezilla
07-26-2007, 01:41 PM
That is awesome! congrats!

BabyBrownEyes
07-26-2007, 01:56 PM
yay! I've never been in a 34....that would be awesome for me! lol...it would be NORMAL...since when have I been normal??

That's great! Be proud of yourself!


hidingtazz
07-26-2007, 02:12 PM
Congratulations!

lumifan4ever
07-26-2007, 03:05 PM
That is great news!!! Congrats!!! You are on your way down!!!! Keep up the great work!!!

butterflykiss
07-26-2007, 07:44 PM
:cp::bravo: yay!

Robin41
07-26-2007, 07:44 PM
I think that's interesting that you buy men's pants. Even when I was skinny I couldn't wear my husband's jeans because to get the hips to fit the waist had to be too big and vice versa. I always thought it was sexy to wear his stuff but I couldn't quite make the pants work.

Wouldn't it be great if women's clothes were sized the same way? You wouldn't have to worry about whether a size runs small; you could just grab and go. It certainly would make ordering online easier, too. I've given that up cause you just can't be sure if things will fit.

Congrats on the 34's.

marlu
07-26-2007, 08:08 PM
**Before I start this one must remember even tho I am a lady I buy mens pants because its easier and I am lazy**

Ok so I do weigh myself everyday (in the morning) but its not official till Sunday morning. Well this morning I got in the scale and it said 145. So I thought what the heck let me see if I can fit these 34 waist pants I have. And guess what??? They did a tiny bit snug but I could zip and button them with ease. :carrot::carrot::carrot: I will be back in to those 32 waist jeans in no time.

I buy men's jeans too, mostly because I resent vanity sizing. I also despise how sizes vary from designer to designer and from store to store.

My goal is to fit ( comfortably) into a 27 waist jean.

ItsAboutTime
07-26-2007, 08:12 PM
Woohoo! Way to go!

marlu
07-26-2007, 08:14 PM
I think that's interesting that you buy men's pants. Even when I was skinny I couldn't wear my husband's jeans because to get the hips to fit the waist had to be too big and vice versa. I always thought it was sexy to wear his stuff but I couldn't quite make the pants work.

Wouldn't it be great if women's clothes were sized the same way? You wouldn't have to worry about whether a size runs small; you could just grab and go. It certainly would make ordering online easier, too. I've given that up cause you just can't be sure if things will fit.

Congrats on the 34's.

Men's jeans actually fit me better than women's since my hips are relatively small to my waist. And I agree that the sizing of womens' clothes, or at least pants and jeans, would benefit from a similar logical system.

need2loseinGA
07-26-2007, 09:29 PM
I think that's interesting that you buy men's pants. Even when I was skinny I couldn't wear my husband's jeans because to get the hips to fit the waist had to be too big and vice versa. I always thought it was sexy to wear his stuff but I couldn't quite make the pants work.



I do it for a few reasons.

Number 1 is price. I can buy a pair of mens jeans for 10.00 and buy the same exact pair in womens and buy 20.00 or more dollars for it.

2. I don't like my pants around my hips. So its easier for me to just get mens pants. Because to many womens jeans I see sit to low for me.

3. 90% of the time I only need to know my waist and inseam size. Which right now is a 34 waist 32 inseam.

gailr42
07-27-2007, 10:33 AM
You rock! Congratulations!!!!!