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That Pinterest Wardrobe! #Motivation

Admit it, you all have one, right? A Pinterest Board with all the clothes you'd love to wear if you could just drop those last few pounds? It's there... next to the dream house and all the things you promise yourself you'll make one day.

I certainly have one! It's full of all the things I want to wear to the Office when I go back in May. When I'm at home with the kids I am always going to be a jeans & t-shirt mum. I have four boys. Boys are messy. Being glamorous is not something I want to be bothered with then. And I rarely hit the pubs and bars any more - again with a nursling and 3 older kids, finding the time, opportunity, energy, and money all at the same time is a truly rare thing! So my best chance to look dressed up is at work. I have a nice little office job, it's clean, tidy, with little walking involved (part of why I'm over weight I guess) so I can get away with FAB clothes! And shoes!

I am LOVING looking at clothes that will suit a slimmer me. I am pinning away at bright colours and bold patterns that I've not felt comfortable in since I gained weight. I'm finding outfits that shout LOOK AT ME instead of ones that help be fade into the back ground. I honestly had no idea I was swerving so many things I liked because of my size until I stopped doing it!

There are soooo many gorgeous things out there that will look awesome on the hourglass figure that is emerging from under all this excess!








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