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Safe colour to wear

I have been dieting for a while now and originally lost nearly 7 stone and then fell pregnant, i had a year off and my baby is now 6 months old nearly, when i re started i was just over 3 stone heavier than when i stopped but i am now back to original weight and have 1 stone 9 to get to goal. My best friend pulled me aside the other day and said to me she thinks i look fantastic and she hasnt seen me look so happy in years but had to mention something. Why do i always wear black all the time lol

I must admit i have always wore black or brown and never colour as i didnt want to draw attention to myself, when i go shopping now i always pick up black and cant seem to sway over to colour, why??? is it just me who has a phobia of colour or will it eventually become the norm to look at other colours to wear

Anyone else??

cdc norwich
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Oh go out there and buy some colours surprise yourself you will love it. I do think that overweight people do tend to stick to dark colours. We hide into the background. I love pink.....
S: 14st1lb C: 8st10lb BMI: 23 Loss: 5st5lb(38.07%)
Black, black and more black for me too. Going to try and experiment with colours when I get to goal!



has started again!!
I was almost always in black pre-LL. (In fact my god daughter asked her Mum in secret if Iwas a goth!!! LOL!!)

Now I have so much colour in my wardrobe & I love it!! Mind you, it makes choosing work clothes each day a bit more tricky as I have to match now!!!
black when i feel fat & colour when I feel fab! When i has lost alot in the summer i wore red and white all the time :) today i'm back on track but feel pants and today went shopping in a black jumper, black skirt and black boots!! go and treat yourself to some colour, you've done so well, enjoy it! x
If your not sure what colours work best or what suit you, you could try asking for advice from a personal shopper in one of the bigger department stores.

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