What is a typical pant size for a woman whose 145 lb?

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  • whatalazyidiot
    whatalazyidiot Posts: 343 Member
    When I was in the 140s, I was between an 8 and 10, depending on the style. I'm 5'6. It's crazy how different women's bodies can be! Right now, my sister and I are close to the same height, weigh the same, and our clothes sizes are wayyyy different just because our bodies are shaped differently.
  • I'm 5'7" and at 145 I am either a 7 or a 9 depending on the pants. I'm hour glass shaped.
  • Polydactylkat
    Polydactylkat Posts: 27 Member
    I’m 5’3 and when I was 145 (which is my current goal weight to return to) I usually wore an 8. I was also exercising regularly at that time so my torso was probably a bit more muscular. Not super tight and or anything but let’s just say I’m retraining my abs ... they’re kinda lazy right now ;)
  • nooshi713
    nooshi713 Posts: 4,839 Member
    I am a size 10 at that weight. I am 5'0".
  • nowine4me
    nowine4me Posts: 3,986 Member
    145 (5-7”) = 6
    135 = 4
    125 = 2
  • I’m 5’10” and a 4 at that weight.
  • jazales73
    jazales73 Posts: 1 Member
    I’m 5’4 and weigh 150lbs it’s all in my middle section, I got the skinny arms and legs. Anyone else having this body type have any good ideas on types of lounging pants to go out and about like jeans or cargo spring pants size and name? Any good ideas on a start to losing that stubborn middle fat? I’m also a disabled veteran so running and lifting heavy continuously is a slight problem.
  • kshama2001
    kshama2001 Posts: 25,611 Member
    jazales73 wrote: »
    I’m 5’4 and weigh 150lbs it’s all in my middle section, I got the skinny arms and legs. Anyone else having this body type have any good ideas on types of lounging pants to go out and about like jeans or cargo spring pants size and name? Any good ideas on a start to losing that stubborn middle fat? I’m also a disabled veteran so running and lifting heavy continuously is a slight problem.

    I'm a veteran and haven't run since I was discharged and no one could force me to run anymore :lol: (I love to be active, but never cared for running.)

    I assume you are working with PT at the VA? They should be able to help you find exercise that you can do.

    Here's one of my all time favorite youtube videos, about a disabled paratrooper who was told he would never walk unassisted again:

  • corinasue1143
    corinasue1143 Posts: 6,357 Member
    I’m 5’10” and a 4 at that weight.
    Just for fun—I’m 5’10” and in 1970 weighed about that and wore a size 14 pants. Sizes have really changed. Lol
  • Beautyofdreams
    Beautyofdreams Posts: 1,004 Member
    I am 5'7" and wear anywhere from a 26 x 32 in FP and Frame, a 4 in Levis , a 6 in JCPenny St. Johns Bay and have size 5, 7 9 Arizona jeans from JC Penney and it all fits. I would probably be an hourglass or inverted triangle except for the fact that my stomach muscles are lax from multiple surgeries and losing 93 pounds in 2011 then regaining and now losing 77 pounds in the last year.

    @corinasue1143 those sizes held true until 1993 when vanity sizes and stretchy jeans hit the racks. I was always told how fat I was at a sz 14/15 in the 70s and 80s and now how people tell me how thin I am.
  • DeterminedFee201426
    DeterminedFee201426 Posts: 859 Member
    A 8-10 for me. I weigh 141Lbs now. When I was 145,I wore the same size. Just a four Lb difference. I'm also 5'6" by the way.
  • HisfavoriteGemini
    HisfavoriteGemini Posts: 1 Member
    I wanna be 147lbs before the summer/my birthday im 238
  • tyediri
    tyediri Posts: 181 Member
    edited January 19
    I'm 5'4 and about 146lbs at the moment. I carry most of my weight in my upper body, and have a tummy pooch from 2 c-sections. I wear size 10s, but if I didn't have my pooch I reckon I'd be a size 8.
    Note: these are UK sizes
  • nanastaci2020
    nanastaci2020 Posts: 1,041 Member
    I'm 5'5" and between 130 and 150 I wear size 6 Lee jeans. But at 150 they are snug/have to be worked over my hips. At 130 they slide on easily. In-between, they take more or less 'work' lol. Over the past few years I've wavered between 150-130 (after losing 50 in 2014) and when the jeans become a good bit of work to put on: wake up call.