I'm in this limbo area between being able to dress passably in the clothes I own and absolutely needing to buy new ones. Financially, I absolutely need to wait until I look like a homeless clown before I buy new clothes. Of course I've got a few things that actually fit. My incredible wife and I went shopping for new jeans not too long ago, so I've got two pairs of pants that fit. I have a few shirts from when I was smaller and a few that I bought small and are fitting for the first time ever. I also bought my first extra large shirt in five or six years this weekend. It's a little snug, but my weight is headed down and I want to make sure I can wear that shirt when I'm thinner. The real problem lies in my professional wardrobe. My dress shirts are all quickly becoming too large. A coworker insisted today that I can still pull them off, but I'm getting close to having to replace them.
I want to be able to wear a large t shirt and size 34 or 36 jeans. I've got a while before I get there, but I don't want to have to replace my wardrobe several times before I get there. For the most part, I find shopping agonizing and like my clothes the way they are.
I guess it's a good problem to have.
Have you had any unforeseen difficulties in your weight-loss journeys?