It’s been another beautiful day in the River Bend except for the large ink truck parked outside the building that’s made an annoying noise all day. I’ve now got a massive headache because of it.
Although I may not be feeling my best at the moment I feel like I still look it. I did get dressed before having to listen to that jackhammer sound all day.
I purchased this dress last fall on clearance at Fashion Bug. I paired it once again with my hot pink jacket (Cato) and Dana Buchman boots (Kohl’s). I accessorized with some pink jewelry too.
Since purchasing this dress last year I can tell it doesn’t fit the same anymore. It’s a little baggier than it was before. I’m happy because even though I’m only on day seven of walking, in combination with changing my eating habits, I can tell I’m losing inches.
Let’s just say I don’t know how much I’ve lost. I probably won’t either, that is unless I find out from the doctor because I don’t own a scale. I don’t want to own one either. I think checking out the what number you weigh can hurt the process. I know I’m losing weight only because I’m shrinking in my clothes. Plus, I just feel much better
What I have learned during past several years since I began blogging is that style isn’t about the “scale.” You can be a size 2 or 22 and still look great. It’s all about knowing how to put a look together that fits your body type. Women come in all shapes and sizes and rather than be constantly worried about how much a supermodel looks or weighs they should just learn to be happy with themselves. I think when we are we it shows.
What do you think? Does a scale determine the style you wear?