I wish this was exaggeration, I really do.
IS IT SO MUCH TO ASK
TO JUST BUY A TOP THAT I CAN WEAR
THAT PEOPLE CAN’T SEE MY BRA THROUGH?
True story. Until I get the company shirt, my work uniform is a white polo. So I had to buy a white polo. Not a problem, right? Polos are just heavy jersey. Shouldn’t be an issue, even if it is white.
I went through four stores because every single white lady’s polo was see-through. See-through to the point where an onlooker could pinpoint the exact location of the bleach stain on my bra.
So, in a quiet rage, I finally went to the men’s section. Wonder of wonders, the men’s polos were not see-through.
WHY? WHY IS MY PROFESSIONAL CLOTHING NOT HELD TO THE SAME STANDARDS OF OPAQUE-NESS AS MEN’S PROFESSIONAL CLOTHING?
I get most of my overshirts/jackets from the men’s section. For one, they have awesome jackets, and two— I have rather large breasts. I do not want something in cutsy glittery girly shit plastered across my chest, thank you. I get enough people that can’t look me in the eye.
my kingdom for a leather jacket with a decent curved waist
Bless this post.
Every fucking time I go out to look for a simple t-shirt, all I find are shirts that are super tight and uncomfortable for the sake of showing off your bust, have stupid sayings on them like “Lean, mean, sexy machine” (I have seriously seen shirts with those exact words), and have tiny fucking sleeves that don’t even cover your armpits (because we all have those days when we really don’t feel like shaving). Unfortunately for me, my mother thinks these shirts are cute and gets them for me constantly. :/
I like wearing “girls’ clothes” for the most part, but I wish shirts would never be see through, i could wear skinny jeans that fit my butt (seriously, everything always fits perfectly except the waistband and I don’t even have an ass), fake front pockets would be abolished, pockets would be big enough to actually be useful, and I could get a shirt that isn’t skin-tight but also not baggy as hell. You feel?
PREACH IT GIRLS
I shop in the boys’ section in stores and online because once I was in Target looking for shirts that weren’t tight or stretchy or hot pink in the girls’ section and that’s basically ALL THEY HAD. Plus glitter. Whoo. So while I was waiting for my mom and sister to find something, I wandered into the boys’ section and I found rad t-shirts. Black video game tee shirts that would fit me forever, not just a month. So I punched the wall in frustration. And the girl jeans are tight as fudge and their pockets can barely hold a lipstick tube, while the boy jean pockets can hold TWO WATER BOTTLES IN EACH POCKET. Not to mention that the jeans themselves are durable, comfy, and ROOMY.