Post # 1
Because I do. I’m a 36DDD and I feel like whenever I wear a Tshirt, I have to wear a large to fit the girls, and then the arms holes are all flappy, or it feels like it’s just a “shelf” on top of them. Just generally FRUMPY. Ugh. I mean, I’m not a small girl (size 12 jeans), but tshirts just make me feel like a friggen whale, and super uncomfortable to boot.
I’m good with V-necks and boat-necks and cute tops/sweaters. Just regular necked Tshirts are like the most unflattering, uncomfortable thing in the world. So weird, since jeans and t-shirt is supposed to be universal language for “comfy” right? Argh.
(I’m ranting because today I have to wear my work T-shirt because it’s “Casual Saturday” and I would much rather wear my sweater top that actually FITS). Ugh.
Post # 3
I’m a 32F and feel the same way. Even ladies’ t-shirts hang off me. The occasional very fitted T does me justice, but the rest of the time, they make me look like a beached whale. I’m not tiny, but I’ve got a decent body (size 6-8 jeans), but t-shirts make me look huge.
That being said, I wear them because they’re comfy. Also, I’m an artist, and clay is a lot easier to wash out of t-shirts than it is to wash out of anything else.
Post # 4
Me!!! I hate them!! My problem is I’m kind of awkwardly shaped I guess…like I have bigger boobs and a smaller midsection, which I guess is what a lot of women strive for, but T-shirts NEVER look right on me. My arms and shoulders are more broad and I’m a D cup, so they’re always tight in the top. But then my stomach is smaller so it’s always really loose. It just looks bad. I usually wear tanks, pretty flowy shirts, dresses, or I cut the crap out of my t-shirts until they no longer resemble t-shirts at all. T-shirts make me look way bigger than I am, frumpy and weird.
Post # 5
Depends on the t-shirt…if it’s a plain thin cotton one I have to layer it and make sure I have well-fitting jeans on, because otherwise my annoying and impossible to get rid of stomach flab is totally on display. But some t-shirts are comfy and work well on me, usually ones made out of a thicker material or something.
Post # 6
depends on the fit– i cannot stand crewnecks, on tshirts or any other type of top: it just does not work with big boobs! but i love scoop necks, and some v-necks work (as long as they aren’t too low cut).
Post # 7
I hate them, too! I have biggish boobs for my size, so they are tight on the boobs and baggy everywhere else. I never wear them.
Post # 8
It really depends on the T-shirt. If it stays fitted on my waist, then it can be a good look, but if it goes baggy then I start looking like a whale.
Post # 9
I have small boobs and think that T-shirts aren’t that cute – I never wear them outside of the house. I’m also tall, so I end up having to wear a longer undershirt so I don’t show off my midsection. But I LOVE wearing them in the house with pj bottoms and my fluffy slippers … so comfortable 🙂
Post # 10
Fitted tees. With v neck. In a nice quality fabric. I’d wear those everyday if I could! I hate the baggy crew neck ones in cheap cotton.
Post # 11
I love fitted tees, but I’m a 34B.
Post # 12
I’m a 32 D. They have to be fitted.
Post # 13
AS a cleaner, I wear t-sirts and jeans all the time, there’s no reason for me to “dress up” to put my hand in a toilet! Nobody really sees me anyways because I work in the middle of the night….
But I do not like them because they are frumpy. I have 2 bellies, one above the belly and my c-section belly and they show when I wear a t-shirt that fits me, and I hate that. so I have to wear a large and they just look like I am wearing “daddy’s clothes”!
Post # 14
I am also very picky about t-shirts. Must be v-neck and the FABRIC has to feel nice. If it’s stiff and then … round neck. EW.
Post # 15
Believe it or not some round necks look okay on me. The shirts HAVE to be long though, and it must flatter a small chest. When the t-shirts are made for regular sized boobs it gives me what I call armpit tent – just a bunch of loose fabric in that whole area.
Post # 16
The only place I ever wear a crew neck t-shirt is to the gym or to sleep, and even then I have mostly other options.