For Anti-Chafing: Deodorant. The regular powdery-stick kind, not the gel, nothing clear. Rub on your thighs, it will last for hours (only remember to wash it off if your man’s mouth is gonna be down there later ;3). You can stash a mini one in your handbag (or bra, if you are busty), and reapply in the bathroom as needed (although you probably won’t need to more than once).
Anonymous asked: To the person seeking anti-chafing products, in Australia there is a cream called 3B cream AND IT IS MAGIC. I was skeptical at first, it doesn't seem to make sense, but it works.
Thanks Anon! I think I’ve actually heard of that :)
tiffykittymew asked: I need help from you and your followers. I'm getting married soon, the hot little number I'm wearing under my dress requires me to wear thigh high's so it's not creeping up all night. Thigh highs are great and all... But they don't cover the parts of my thighs that get the chub rub. I've heard of so many ways to avoid it (I don't know where to start with 'em!) but never from people that have actually tried any of them. Any suggestions that have actually worked?
Hmm. I have a couple of solutions :)
- Get ahold of some talcum powder (I use Johnsons Baby with Cornstarch) and use it on the areas that need to not stick to one another :) Works for me :D but you may need to reapply it from time to time.
- I know they’re unflattering, and probably not anyone’s idea of sexy, but try some bike shorts (if you can) under your dress, ones that go down your thighs, so it prevents the skin on skin friction.
- Check out your local chemist or pharmacy and see what they have in stock in the way of anti-chafing products. You should be able to get something over the counter.
I hope I’ve given you some helpful hints, maybe my followers can suggest some stuff?
Congratulations on your wedding, by the way :D
irisfilledwinters asked: Hiya. Somehow, in fate's perfect way of acting, I have been brought back to this lovely domain. Recently, since I am thriving to be a fashion designer, I have been reading how it's hard to find (without carefully looking) clothes for plus sizes, and that at times most are unflattering (which I think is rather mostly depending on someone's body shape/type). What do you think about that?
I’m in two minds about ladies plus size fashion. Yes, there are a lot of places that do carry plus size clothing and they are pretty ugly, let’s be honest. But there are also some great (albeit expensive as all get out) plus size fashion stores for women.
Finding nice clothing if you’re a larger lady is a lot easier now than it used to be. Target and K-Mart have plus sizes and they look nice, but there are plus size specialty stores like City Chic. Not to mention, we can utilise eBay.
One thing I do have a gripe with, is that how hard it is to find nice, good fitting clothing for the plus size man.
My partner is a bigger guy and it is so hard for him to find decent clothes. K-Mart have awesome comic book shirts that say they’re a 3XL when they’re actually more like a 1XL, Target are a bit better, they do carry bigger guy’s stuff, but in comparison to finding women’s clothing, plus size men have it a lot harder, there are big and tall stores, but you’re looking at over $50 for a plain T-shirt… I do think that being a bigger person in general, man or woman, it’s always slightly harder, or in some cases, much harder to find clothes that you like, that flatter and fit, and that don’t cost an arm and a leg.
Anonymous asked: Every time I access your blog I feel better. I am sure there are a lot of girls who had their lives changed because of you. Thanks!!!!
Thank you, Anon :D That’s so nice of you :) I’m so glad to be able to help out :D
My body has no definite shape, and I am okay with that.
sometimes I like my body : )
I went to a wedding today and felt really pretty. =]
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