Originally Answered: Will i get smaller thighs?
Can't tell from what you have said, but if you are just starting to exercise I think so. Though your muscles may get larger as you work them, I can't tell from the info you have provided.
You may want to add the following information, age, weight, height, sex, usual calorie intake, how many calories you intend to have per day while you are dieting. This could help others help you figure out your question.
Get a tape measure and measure them now, and then again at the end of the week. Make sure you measure in the same place.
July 2 to August 24 = 53 days = 7 weeks 4 days. I guess you are wanting to lose 2 pounds a week?
BUT how much do you weigh to start with? How much do you eat? How much are you going to eat during this time? 2 pounds a week is the MAXIMUM amount you should lose a week. I would say that even 2 pounds a week is not safe for all people. If you are young, thin already, have health problems, ...you may need to speak with your doctor about this, to make sure you do not hurt yourself.
When you lose weight, you do not just lose fat, you lose some muscle also. Exercising while you lose weight will help this, but it is much better for you, to try to lose it slower. The exercise will tone you up and make you look thinner.
To lose 1 pound of weight in a week, you need to eat 3,500 calories less than you use that week.
There are many diet, health, weight loss, exercise sites on the web that tell you how to calculate every thing you need to know to figure this out. Some even have support blogs, for when your will power fails you.
As you diet realize that the fat is being disposed of by your body, usually through your kidneys. If you do not drink enough water to flush your kidneys you may damage them, perhaps permanently. I think that at least 2 liters is recommended per day.
Don't add salt to your diet, that will help you lose some water weight right there. But be careful in hot weather if you are sweating a lot, you may need the salt.
Looked up a site for you to get you started:
freediet.com supposedly is a weight loss guide, and has tools and calculators that you can just plug in your weight, height and stuff and get the answers.