Quirky Missy

The creative child is the child who has survived. ~ Ursula K. Le Guin

Miracle G belt Buckle-less belt

I am losing weight; I am trying to lose more weight.

It’s good news that I am losing the much-needed-to-lose weight, but not so great for my slimming wallet. I mean, I do you even know what it means to lose weight by a few sizes? It means new undergarments (let’s be realistic, we do need new undergarments as we shrink! And female’s undergarments are exorbitantly expensive!) to fit the trimmer size, and new clothes!

It doesn’t make it easier that I am diving into a 3-years psychology studies (cost a lot and eat into my revenue generating time – I am self-employed, it literally means, no work, no money!). Well, and I do love my existing cropped pants and pants! To handle this problem, I bought the Miracle G Belt.

See, my pants are really loose now, but until I am 4 sizes from my original size (wait, I don’t count well, so by that, I mean significant size difference, that is), I don’t want to buy new ones, not just yet!

[The Missy’s Say]

The buckle-less belt is adjustable, so you can loosen or tighten as you wish. This is really useful especially if you are wearing a somewhat body-hugging top; the traditional belt creates an ugly protruding bulge at your finally-flatten tummy.

This is also great for people who are trying to lose weight (like me) and ease the transitional period from say size 12 to size 4 (I don’t really know what that means, it just seems drastic).

Another plus point, since the belt clips on the both sides of the pants belt loops, there is no unbuckling and buckling during toilet visits. Seriously, we don’t talk about this, but women take longer in toilet visits already, this could really help! 😛

I bought 2, one in white, one in dark brown, and I am very happy with both.

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