Anyone tried stomach taping or bandaging?


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I am getting married April 1 and have the almost perfect wedding dress except spanx are not doing the job with my loose skin. The back of the dress is fairly low so my compression garment can't be too high and the material is too thin to wear boning (it will show). I bought it thinking spanx would work but I need to either bandage this skin somehow or tape it to give a smoother appearance. I found a product on Amazon called Skinnies that can be used for stomach, arms and thighs and wondering if anyone has had luck with it or can suggest something else. Surran wrap would be just too hot for my Texas wedding. Down 150 lbs! I didn't want to have plastics before pregnancy.

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I hope you find a solution. I just want to say congrats on your wedding to be and gorgeous dress! Oh, and congrats on your weight loss too! :)

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You look gorgeous and what a beautiful dress! Congratulations on both your successful weightloss and your upcoming wedding! ♡

♡ Elysia

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I wouldnt sweat it. No one will notice your skin. Dont stress over trivial BS, youre healthier and will live a more active life, dot let some skin drag you down.

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I hope i look that good when i get married!

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Fabulous dress. Just relax on your big day and know how good 150 pounds lost looks on you! Use whatever is most comfortable!

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Beautiful dress. I think you look great in it!! I agree with the others who have suggested a heavier material for the skirt.

Congratulations on the weight loss :)

Kate

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