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J Peterman sells shirtwaist dresses based on the 1940's dress that women wore back then. I love them and have several. Big wide hems, fitted at the waist, sometimes a belt and then fitted over the bosom. Very feminine.
Maybe someone can explain why women's shoes in most store stop at size 10- which shuts me out since I'm an 11B. But with designer shoes that cost a lot more of course, they generally go to a size 12. Seems unfair to tall women.
I prefer cocktail wear and its almost always appropriate. I only own a few gowns and when I need one I can always rent. Another problem, I don't have the jewels to go with gowns- but it turns out, you can rent those too.
Controlling my butt jiggle is specially important to me. A few years ago I had a butt implant to round out my figure and bring my lower body into proportion with my upper. It did that just fine and I was pleased with my contours. But no one told me I would jiggle when I walked and it was...
Gilliane- I feel just like these other girls report about wearing a girdle. Smooth and a well controlled figure. Agree with Charlene too- Men respond quite predictably to seeing a mature woman in bra and girdle. Love it.
I know your pain dear. I went to India and had hip/butt implants to bring my lower body in proportion to my torso. Suddenly I was a 16 down below and had to send my companion out on an emergency pants buying mission. I get by now by buying a 16 or an 18 pants and having the waistband shortened...