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Old 01-16-2010, 12:10 AM   #1
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Default Finding clothes that fit.

Because of my size I've often had trouble finding clothes that fit comfortably, especially in recent years. Most pants that I see in the store are either too long or too tight. Living in a smaller town it is hard to find a good selection
of clothes in my size and also within my budget.

I am 35 years old, about 5'0" tall and 295 lbs., I've been in a size 28 pants for nearly 2 years and those have been getting increasingly tighter especially
having gained 7 pounds since thanksgiving. The local walmart has some
size 26 pants and very few size 28 and anything larger is unheard of. Most
of the area thrift stores seldom carry anything larger than size 22 or 24.

I haven't a clue where to find affordable, new or used, pants in size 30. I
need some formal clothes for my part time office job and a few jeans for
playing with my children. I was wondering if anyone has pants in that
size, they no longer need or if there were any other affordable sources
of big clothes on the web .
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The Roamans and Woman Within site and Fashion Bug too carry size 30 pants. You can look up coupons for them online and use them on their websites. Good luck...
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Because of my size I've often had trouble finding clothes that fit comfortably, especially in recent years. Most pants that I see in the store are either too long or too tight. Living in a smaller town it is hard to find a good selection
of clothes in my size and also within my budget.

I am 35 years old, about 5'0" tall and 295 lbs., I've been in a size 28 pants for nearly 2 years and those have been getting increasingly tighter especially
having gained 7 pounds since thanksgiving. The local walmart has some
size 26 pants and very few size 28 and anything larger is unheard of. Most
of the area thrift stores seldom carry anything larger than size 22 or 24.

I haven't a clue where to find affordable, new or used, pants in size 30. I
need some formal clothes for my part time office job and a few jeans for
playing with my children. I was wondering if anyone has pants in that
size, they no longer need or if there were any other affordable sources
of big clothes on the web .
Here's where you can find a wide array of plus-size clothing links: http://www.dimensionsmagazine.com/fo...ad.php?t=28928
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