We have very similar stats, so I'm just going to share my experience and what has worked for me. Take it as my unsolicited two cents.
is right about keeping some old clothes. I have one pair of the largest jeans I ever bought still around, and I put them on sometimes when I'm having a bad body image day. (Woah! Who else can I call to get in these pants with me!
Heavy weight training and a focus on athletic ability has made a huge difference for me; it has changed my physique in ways that please me, but beyond that, it has also helped to temper my focus on my little body flaws. I'm certainly happy with what my body can do
-- lift weights, run, walk/hike forever, etc.
I was 120 pounds when I was a teenager, and I hated my body. Now I'm 120 pounds again at 30, and I appreciate it a lot more. I have my "fat days," like a lot of people. I have days where I think, I'll lose down to 115... But most days I'm pretty happy with my body, for the first time in my life.
Edit to say: progress photos can work wonders toward helping you see your progress. I wish I'd started on them sooner (didn't start 'til I weighed 132). Also measurements.