Fix Armpit Fat and Back Fat with Dress Alterations, not Exercise

posted 4 years ago in Dress
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Buzzing bee

Yay! Can’t wait for pics.  Thanks for the tips.

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Helper bee

Pics!!! We need pics!!!

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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: July 2010

lol i still like working out better. 

its more fun.

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Bumble bee

Very awesome!  I am big believer that you should find a dress to suit you not make yourself suit a dress.

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Helper bee
  • Wedding: September 2010

Amazing. Plus the v-cut in back is so much more interesting (and sexy) than the original cut! Superb. I was actually thinking about doing this anyway, to better show off my veil (I like my veil better than my dress!!). You just gave me one more reason.

Thanks!

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Helper bee
  • Wedding: October 2010

oh man, i noticed a little bit fat over the top of my dress (5’7″ 125 lbs) but i never noticed it on the back. now I want to put it back on and see!! :-P

Thanks for the advice tho! Great solution.

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Busy bee
  • Wedding: September 2010

Oh wow- that looks GREAT! Beautiful! Thanks for sharing with us!

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Newbee
  • Wedding: December 2010

OMG…..you just fixed my almost dress problem.  I have a dress I love but the top part was the only issue for me.  The dress I bought is about a size or 2 smaller but only problem was really at the top.  This is an awesome solution!!!  I was trying to come up with a whole bunch of other alternatives but never thought of this one.  Much easier and cheaper.  THANKS for posting this.  BTW…..I like what you’ve done with the dress so much more than how it was originally. 

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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: May 2011

This is the solution I’ve been looking for! Sorry I’m responding to this to bookmark it but this is exactly what I want to do to my dress :)

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Bumble bee

 

i’m about the same size as you (5’4″, 116lbs), but i have “natural” armpit fat Yell.

the solution i had in mind was to only take in on the waist, but not so much on the boobs, so that the upper part is more loose. HOWEVER, the way you did it is way more flattering! thanks!!

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