Everyone has made fashion mistakes but they are very avoidable
Accept that we look good in different fashion styles at different times of our life. Something that made your figure look stunning in your early 20s may not have the same flattering and elegant fit when you are in your 30s, 40s, 50s etc. This is not talking about hanging onto clothes for 20 years (although there is nothing wrong with that if the style does remain elegant) but rather, it is about taking an honest look at your body changes decade by decade and updating what is most flattering for your body shape.
Ditch the tight clothes. You keep promising yourself that you’ll lose weight and eventually fit into them. Meanwhile, they are clogging up precious wardrobe space and are hanging over you like a judge’s verdict. What good is going to come of this? And by the time your miraculous shape change occurs, it is highly unlikely those clothes will entice you – you’d be more likely to want to go and buy new ones. And here is the real truth – tight clothes are not slimming; rather, they make you look a lot larger than you are. They accentuate every bulge and they do not look elegant. Be done with them.
Go for fitted clothes. Clothes that fit you are clothes that do not hang loosely and to not cling tightly. They are clothes that follow the contours of your body shape neatly and they should accentuate your curves. Ask your local clothing assistant for advice when trying on fitted clothes but also trust what image you are getting back from the mirror.