My journey with food addiction, binge eating and VSG weight loss surgery.
Girl, I feel your pain.I can't wear regular swimsuits. I have too much crinkly, hanging skin in thighs, butt, bosom/side, and most of all BELLY. So, I solved my problem by buying separates: a top that has underwire to support the bosom (I'm a DDD/DDDD) and knee-length swim shorts (of the snug type, not the loose one) to keep my loose skin there IN and COVERED. My tops were pricey, from Panache and Fantasia. They're tankini underwires. The bottoms are from Coolibar (sun protection).Here's an example from last summer (I was in the 190s) of a tankini underwire and my black Coolibar swim shorts in XL:http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-XSdDhQWOv7E/Thkl-ZrqyTI/AAAAAAAABzQ/u3kH2FcJx0U/s1600/Kiddie+Pool+Day+july+9+2011+with+new+Panache+38DDD+tankini+top+and+swims+horts.jpgI swam in the pool pretty comfortably in this. I'd get the L next time, as I found they were looser when wet. :Dhope that helps. Think TWO piece or a swimDRESS if you prefer skirts.
thanks! I'll check it out...
Lands end has great swim options. They have plus sizes:) It's where I order all mine for the past 10 years probably....and they last forever. I only order new tops b/c I want them not b/c they wear out. I will forward you an email next time they have a percent off and free shipping...it's the only time I order. And Then you can return to Sears store if it doesn't work out so you don't have to pay shipping back!
Have you thought about strength training?? I have some loose skin but I find it is helping it firm up... Just a thought.. I get it I'm going On a trip down south I still have 70 pounds to go but I'm going to be proud of the weight I have lost and wear a bathing suit celluite and all!
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