I have a really good friend that I ADORE and she's overweight. My first concern is her health...Which I've invited her on walks and stuff, she says she'll go, but backs out and has excuse. I don't try and pressure her too much to go, but I eventually will ask her again later on. But I know what that problem is...so I just wanted to get that out the way, cause I know some over-analyzer will come in her saying, "Why are you worried about her clothes and not her weight." ANYWAYS , my next concern is her clothes....I usually am not too judgmental on what one wears, but the things she wears just doesn't fit her figure appropriately. I feel terrible when I hear people discussing what she wears to work. Her outfits are super tight, spandex pants, shirts that are waaay too small. When she bends over people talk about it constantly. Sometimes I have to catch myself to not stare either. She's a nice person, and she probably likes what she wears, she may have an impaired judgment on her physical self, or she doesn't like clothes made for full-sized women...who knows...All I know is I want to assist her a little. I don't want to change her as a person, but I would like to help her any way I can...but I don't know if I should say something or nothing at all...But if I do, what would I say that would sound tactful? Isn't that what us as women want? A girl friend who will let you know if you're wearing something wrong or doing something wrong, out of love?