From Rachel, Age 13 - 12/04/10 - IP#: 125.160.204.xxx Click here to reply Ht. 160 cm, Start: 60 kg, Today: 62 kg (BMI %tile: 89), Goal: 50 kg - I'm overweight please help me find a great style fits my body! (Note: 160 cm, 62 kg is 5'3", 136 lb.)
Reply from Jessica, Age 15 - 03/21/11 - IP#: 71.0.105.xxx Go to Justice Gap, Sears, JCPenny has a lot of sizes and half sizes They have fiting rooms thess stories do have a lot of sizess in the girls deaparment store. Jcepenny 6ruglar-18 and half sizes 6-__1_2_20_1_2 xs-xxxl=20 girls. jUstice has a 20 in tops that will be probbly be too big try a 16 _1 _2 or a 18_1 _2.
Reply from Noa, Age 13 - 12/20/10 - IP#: 58.173.11.xxx I would recommend wearing shirts and dresses that cut just below the bust. Maxi dresses are great too, because they are fashionable but also loose fitting and long. I find that very tight tops are very unflattering on my tummy and so I try to stick with flowy sort of shirts with a pair of jeans. Try to wear clothes that flatter your best features- i.e if you have a flabby stomach but a nice chest wear something loose around the stomach area that gathers at the bust. Also you should try maternity clothing- don't be put off- there are lots of beautiful clothes that can fit really well there!
Reply from Ellen, Age 12 - 12/16/10 - IP#: 91.104.133.xxx I'm exactly the same height and weight as you and I strggle to find any nice styles. My advice is buy clothes in bigger size (I find checked shirts and jegging work for me) If you but bigger clothes it give the apperance of being thinner. I live in the UK and am an adult size 10-12. Or you could try my friens pproach of buying thing that are rellly tight and seeing if you can get back into them. Don't wear jeans though. They shrnk and can make you look really fat even if your not Hope this helps