GAZELLE STL Vol. 1 Issue 3. - Page 37

FIT AS A FIDDLE Choose clothes to flatter your new figure By Rhonda Shrum “At first, it seems easy enough. You just assume that the same type of clothing you wore before would fit - just fit better. However, I quickly learned that the same brand just simply didn’t look right on me anymore.” A fter having a tummy tuck, a body lift, a breast lift and augmentation, I was incredibly excited to shop for new clothes. I’ve always considered myself a “fashionista,” so the idea of being able to purchase a new wardrobe was intoxicating. But with the excitement came confusion, as I suddenly realized I had NO idea how to dress my new body. At first, it seems easy enough. You just assume, or at least I did, that the same type of clothing you wore before would fit - just fit better. However, I quickly learned that the same brand of bras, or same style of jeans just simply didn’t look right on me anymore. As time passed, I grew more and more frustrated at my inability to find the righ Ё