- a light beige trouser suit (loving the cut of the jacket, I'm still excited about wearing tailored clothes again)
- a mottled beige t-shirt with white & blue (flowery) prints and one of those really narrow strips of collar - don't know the name
- a white cotton shirt strips stitched together to create a ribbed effect with vertical lines and a 3/4 sleeve that rolls up if you want (but I like it better rolled down)
- a long beige shirt with different shades of brown vertical lines
- a grey ribbed jersey tank top with some faded print (I think it was € 3,-- so I'll forego my aversion to logo-like and readable prints, if nothing else I can use it when working out)
- a straightforward rust-coloured t-shirt, also for € 3,--
- a corselet. Yup, you read that. I bought a corselet, the granny type (well a slightly updated version), not the kinky version. It pushes and pulls in the right places, giving me even more shape than I'm already getting. The problem with losing weight is that the fat rolls don't really disappear, they just get less dense.
I walked by a full-length mirror today and was shocked at the bagginess of my khaki pants, especially in the seat area. Guess I'm getting less of a big-ass after all! I wish my thighs would follow suit.