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Skinny is the only safe choice because they look nice with any type of shoes. Anything else, unless we wear them with the perfect shoes can (and will) have a very bad effect on our silhouette.
Trust me, try on a pair. Once you'll go skinny, you never go back. LOL!
@nursebean - actually my waist is my worst point - and one of the reasons I started on 5:2 ... It was well over 50% of my height, and was out of proportion with the rest of me. Have lost 7in off the waist, so now just below the magic 50% mark, but would like to whittle down a bit more. Also the same as @Ballerina have a tum that can't really get rid of (although it's now a much smaller tum it is still *a tum* ). I think that when we lose weight we often end up with just a smaller version of what we started with - with all the same *faults* - just smaller ...
Silverdarling wrote: Hahaa! @TML13 you make a very persuasive case. And @Carieoates and @Callyanna. I can see I am going to have to try them out.....
Our work here is done ladies
Tis true, there is no way to change the shape of our bodies (I saw it when my mum lost 10 kilos; she was 36 kilos and still had bigger thighs) unless we do pilates or hot yoga. I've seen bodies changing in quite an impressive way. But with dieting or any other form of exercise, I find it impossible.
Lovely to see you posting you are still much missed you know