Wardrobes and Weight Loss

One of the challenges on this weight loss journey is having clothes that fit. I am down three sizes – a good problem to have!  But I don’t want to spend a lot of money on clothing I will wear for only a short time. The idea of weeding through the racks at Goodwill and other thrift stores is daunting. I’ve done it, but it takes time and energy that I would much rather expend in other ways. Besides, those searches are not always fruitful.

I feel very blessed to have a friend who has given me some lovely, good-quality clothing in varying sizes that I can both wear now and as I continue to shrink. I also have another friend who gifted me with a trial subscription to Gwynnie Bee. Gwynnie Bee is an online clothing subscription that allows women access to an unlimited wardrobe. There are over 150 brands of clothing and over 3,000 styles in sizes 0 – 32. I regularly add items to my virtual closet and can prioritize which I’d like in my next shipment. They send the items to me, I wear them, and I don’t have to launder them! A bonus! A subscriber can purchase the items at a discount from the retail cost or ship them back in a pre-paid bag. And then a few days later, the next shipment arrives. I’m enjoying the opportunity to try clothing I might not ordinarily choose and, as I shed more pounds, I can get clothing in smaller sizes. It’s a perfect solution to having clothes that fit. On Saturday evening I attended a fundraiser for Medina Creative Housing and I wore a Gwynnie Bee top I had selected especially the event. It’s great! Here’s a link if you’d like to give it a try. Gwynnie Bee.

And now to give you the latest numbers … last week I shed 3 pounds, so as of Friday’s weigh-in, I have shed a total of 79 pounds (52 since surgery).

Until next time, peace …

Robin - Gwynnie Bee

 

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6 Responses to Wardrobes and Weight Loss

  1. Joyce Baxter says:

    You are doing marvelous!

  2. Becky Jones says:

    I loved thrift store shopping. A friend and I would go every Sunday afternoon. I bought stuff that fit then and stuff I knew I would fit in eventually. I also had a friend who had surgery 6 months before me and started out smaller, she gave me tons of clothing. Finally, check with your surgery, sometimes they host clothing exchanges! Enjoy your gifted subscription!!

  3. Judy Maxwell says:

    Great news! Your smile is mah-val-ous! To your health!

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