Women wearing men's clothing...

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Registered: 03-19-2003
Women wearing men's clothing...
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Thu, 08-04-2005 - 1:14am

I was just wondering if anyone out there wears some men's clothing. If so, what and why?


I have a hard time finding just the right pair of women's jeans so I end up buying men's jeans because they fit a whole lot better.

 

 

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Registered: 03-19-2003
Sun, 08-07-2005 - 1:10am

I love men's shirts, in certain styles. I like the polo shirt, and I buy men's dress shirts at times, when I want something with long sleeves, women's tops don't seem to have a long enough sleeve for me, and I hate that "between long and 3/4" look. It just doesn't look right, to me.


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Registered: 07-29-2005
Sun, 08-07-2005 - 7:12pm

I wear men's clothes almost constantly. I dislike (I won't say hate, that's a bit much...) the low-rise pants that all teenage girls are supposed to wear. It's impossible to find high-rise jeans for teenage females these days. Therefore, I always buy jeans from the men's section, as they are the only jeans I can find that don't reveal everything when you sit down.

Same goes for shirts. I like baggy clothes, not the low-cut shirts that end at your belly button.

Seriously! Isn't there some semblance of modesty these days?!?!?

(Ah, the difficult life of a teenager... ^_^)

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Mon, 08-08-2005 - 12:51pm

Hi Feng.

 

 

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Registered: 04-15-2003
Mon, 08-08-2005 - 2:30pm

I would have to say I LOVE lounging around in my BF's t-shirts, sweatshirts, boxers, pretty much a lot of his clothes. Its just more comfortable cause they're not constricting. I would have to say that I still love my girly clothes, and I like to wear shirts that are a little low cut (we're not talking full frontal nudity like some other people) but I feel like I have nice breasts and like to emphasize them a little. I do not think it's appropriate to be wearing SUPER low cut shirts, or those little belly shirts they're not flattering, they're trashy.

There is a difference between classy and trashy.

Kell

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Registered: 10-16-2003
Mon, 08-08-2005 - 2:43pm

hmmm, i have never worn any male clothing outside, or have never shopped in the men's -section for me.. i had just never thought about it !!

but NOW, i am going to give it a try!! polo shirts sounds good since i like to wear those kinds of shirts.
:-)

(PS: as if we had a lack of choices being a girl, now we have even more! LOL. i love it)

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Registered: 04-28-2004
Mon, 08-08-2005 - 2:57pm

Well, I wear men's clothing about 95% of the time...but I suspect that's

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Registered: 04-05-2004
Mon, 08-08-2005 - 7:34pm

yes I agree dear! Modesty is not the norm anymore and I sure wish it was. Not everyone wants to show off their bellies( and some shouldn't LOL)


I wear my dh's t shirts when I'm hiking or working out. I also like his socks in the winter. ;-) and I just love cuddling up in one of his sweatshirt jackets(the ones with the hoods) especially when the lingering aroma of his cologne is present.




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Registered: 10-16-2003
Mon, 08-08-2005 - 10:43pm
am wondering how would men's jeans be different from women's jeans if i tried it?
i am very much on the leaner side, and finding the right jeans for my body shape is not easy, i have found.
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Registered: 04-05-2004
Mon, 08-08-2005 - 11:18pm
I would just go try some on hon'. You never know until you take a chance.;-) good luck!



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Registered: 04-28-2004
Mon, 08-08-2005 - 11:31pm

Men's jeans normally feature a

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