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Five Outfits To Hide That Food Baby

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    The Thanksgiving hangover—you know it well. That bloated state of lethargy one experiences after the celebratory feasting has ceased. And with all the yams, stuffing, and pumpkin pie available, how can you resist the urge to gorge?! In all honesty, we don't encourage dietary deprivation on this savory holiday. Yes, Thanksgiving may be about embracing friends and family, yadda, yadda, but it's also a time for letting loose and enjoying a meal without all that crazy guilt. So, we're here to help you match your attire to your appetite. After all, there's nothing worse than wearing a too-tight dress with a turkey tummy. This Thursday, elastic waistbands, breezy trapeze tops, and roomy harem pants are your BFF. Consult our handy meters to determine the expandability quotient and cuteness level of each wardrobe option to create a fashionable fat-friendly outfit that'll hide that food baby while keeping you semi-stylish.


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