Fitting into Old Jeans

How does it feel like fitting into old skinny jeans? For me, it is the best feeling ever. Better than going to shop for new jeans with a new, bigger size. Better than receiving a gift of cool, trendy jeans. For me, it is Indeed a proud moment when old jeans adjust to my newly acquired body shape. Or, should I say the proud moment when my hard work starts showing the result in the form of “Fitting into old jeans”!

Fitting into old jeans is one of the most difficult tasks on the earth. I don’t have any idea about other planets though;)
Cut your favourite food without cheating, hit the gym and don’t skip, exercise and be regular in it…Gosh! There are so many conditions but the reward is worth it. You will fit into your old, skinny jeans. That means you’re in a better shape and saving some bucks to get more from your life. The incentives won’t stop here.
Health will definitely show improvement. Chances are that you’ll live a decade or two more by controlling your urge to binge and Fitting into Old, Skinny jeansπŸ˜€

In the process, you may gain some good friends. Wait a minute. I don’t guarantee that you won’t lose friends. For the so-called friends who live to eat will have no interest in you. If you can afford to lose such bingers, go ahead and work out for Fitting into Old, Skinny Jeans!

Looking good is our ultimate intention. When it comes with an added benefit of good health, one should not object. We all know our bodies. We know how to get into better shapes. With this soft reminder about the advantages, I hope to see more people in their old jeans. Well, how about starting a trend #FittingIntoOldJeans;)

120 thoughts on “Fitting into Old Jeans”

  1. I still fit in my old jeans :p I will wait for this phase during motherhood πŸ™‚ for sure, but my friends have been talking about this forever :p
    It hardly matters to me, I feel content only if my people around are happy and of course, self-happiness is most important to everyone. Just like age, a size is just a number!
    #vigorousreads #MyFriendAlexa

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  2. Enjoyed reading #Fittingintooldjeans. Luckily I still fi in my old jeans. I do get compliments for that. I haven’t lost any friends because luckily I never had to change my lifestyle; just because I want to loose weight.
    #MothersGurukulreads #Myfriendalexa

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  3. Surely, the best feeling is fitting into your old clothes.
    My oldest pair of jeans that has survived is kept safely. I check the fitting now and then to ascertain how much weight I have gained or lost.

    Looks like this is a popular thing to do. Halle Berry likes to check her weight by slipping into her iconic swimsuit from her Bond movie.

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  4. I did fit into my old jeans Aditi, after a lot of effort and dedication. The feeling is truly precious and working towards it has its own charm. That said, doing it healthily should be the goal. Wish you the best. Hope you achieve it soon (if you haven’t already)!


  5. I remember posting a FB status around the same. I found an old pair of denims in my storage and tried them on. It fit like second skin. Even after 7 years. SO happy i was that i announced it to the world! haha!

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  6. I beg to differ. Keeping my good friends is my ultimate intention. But yes, fitting into the old jeans, improving health comes Immediately after that. Just the order of priorities differ πŸ˜‹

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  7. Aditi, you touched a chord here. I have kept a denim dungaree from college days and even though deep in my heart I know it will never fit me perfectly like before πŸ˜€ and it is silly, still I don’t want to let go :D. It is a reminder of my friends and the fun we had.

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