"We started very skinny, it's true," Ghesquiere said in an interview with The Sunday Times. "Strangely, we didn't have fit models at all to begin with — just to give you an idea of the size of the company. So we did fittings on the girls at the studio and they were often quite petite. I had a tendency to think good cut and small size, but a good cut should come in big sizes, too. That's what I want to focus on — it's the cut, not the sizing, and if people see that they can wear something in a big size, then I did my job."
Even if you're all for swapping clothes with friends, I bet you have a friend or two that thinks she wears the same size as you when she clearly doesn't! If you're like me, you take good care of your things, so lending your favorite top or dress to a friend with a bigger chest or wider hips just isn't an option. But how do you say yes to some people and no to others? Is there a polite way, or am I being too finicky about my clothing? Where do you stand on lending clothes to friends that are bigger than you?
One of the perks of being pregnant was filling out dresses and shirts like I'd never done before.
My curvy chest began to swell during the nine months of pregnancy and increased while I nursed. After weaning my babe, I deflated big time — resembling the barren plains of Texas rather than the Swiss Alps.
While some people claim to have more voluptuous tatas after the whole delivery and breastfeeding process, most mamas I know are like me – smaller than they were at the starting point.
In many people's minds "DIET" is a four letter word, if you know what I mean. So, instead of dieting, these folks just decide to eat "healthy." Which I must say I commend. However, if you are trying to lose weight you have to look at both the quality and the quantity of the food you are consuming.
For instance we all know that nuts are good for us, but if you are trying to lose weight you need to keep the portion small since they are high in fat. One handful a day is plenty, and I have read that if you are trying to lose weight, to only eat nuts every other day.
With this in mind, I urge you to measure out your food for a while, to really become acquainted with portion sizes. A serving of Kashi Go Lean is a cup; so pour the cereal into a measuring cup before pouring it into a bowl. Do the same with milk. This way you know that you are eating the recommended serving size and how many calories you are consuming. The same with pasta, and I might add, if you are shooting for both quality and quantity it should really be whole wheat pasta since it has so much beneficial fiber in it.
While you are pondering how you eat, remember to focus on all those fruits and veggies you can add into you diet not what you have to eliminate.