That's a great example of how we carry weight differently. The cut of clothing will cause a size to change. Women will often wear a different size of pants, for example, if they are regular cut, low cut or that new ultra low cut because of where the "waistband" lies - though honestly with super low cut pants it's not really a waistband anymore! You wound pretty fit and I bet you look wonderful and healthy!
When I was around 110, I was not at all muscular and wore larger pants than I do now. By quite a few sizes too - I think I was a size 8 or 10. Fat kind of...drapes? Muscle pulls in taut. However, bigger bones play a part too. At my heaviest I weighed 210 pounds and wore something like a size 28. I know plenty of women who weighed less at that size and who weighed more.
It is why after a point we have to let go of the numbers. I hate seeing my weight on a scale. Regardless of how I look or feel physically, it stings my feelings. You may think I'm lucky now, jaydee, but I bet your bones are thicker and stronger and will last longer than mine :)
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