Post # 1
I promise this isn’t like a humble brag or anything but I am so sick of if a women shows a little bit of cleavage it is seen by some as purposely looking for attention or trying to attract men. I am a prek teacher at a state of the art pre school and obviously I try to dress professionally and modestly being for obvious reasons but also because I move around a lot and certain body parts can end up in not good places, such as my shirt riding down if you catch my drift. But Ughh I have naturally big boobs and it is so hard to find shirts that are modest and stay covering everything throughout the happenings of the day. I am a 30F. I literally have to practically wear a shirt that goes up to my neck and that doesn’t look cute because it ends up looking real tight around my breast area.
I have how work and school dress codes in general seem to target only one body type. I wish more people understood that not every girl or women is built the same and you can’t help the way you are built. I try high and low to look for appropriate shirts. I also hate how when a women goes out in public showing a little bit it is assumed she is dressing for a guys attention.
Vent away ladies how do you feel about this topic? What frustrates you about ladies fashion trends?
Post # 3
I don’t know what’s worse, no pockets or faux pockets. Like, why you gotta PRETEND that there are pockets in your jeans?
Women to the fashion indistry: why no pockets?
The fashion industry to women: cuz fuck you, thats why
Post # 4
See I only get on with jean pockets, because I have broad hips. So pockets in trousers just gape and make me look even wider. The exception is gym wear. How come every pair of gym pants I get for my husband – even the same brand and mens version of the women’s style – have pockets, yet the women’s don’t?
The aforementioned hips mean that I don’t like how I look in skinny or tapered jeans/trousers, and bootcut are getting harder to track down.
I’m very busty, and for shirts and tops, I find Bravissimo (UK brand) fantastic. They’re definitely not cheap, but I buy quite a few end-of-line styles on eBay.
Post # 5
I just want low-rise pants back. I look like an oompa loompa in the high rise style. It’s getting absurd…I tried on a pair of pants that basically came up to my boobs the other day.
Post # 6
Well l don’t think not showing masses of cleavage really is about body type. If you really wanted not to show it there are plenty of loose tops about. Your issue seems to be you want to wear tightish, shortish tops and they of necessity will show flesh one way or another.
My personal peeve is the irrational sizing of most jeans. Oh and the short front/ long back trend in tops. .
Post # 7
Lots for pear shapes, nothing for apple shapes!
Post # 8
I wear a camisole with everything. Helps keep things contained
Post # 9
Me too! My torso is short and low-rise jeans are the only kind that fit properly. I was shocked when stores suddenly stopped selling them. I didn’t realize that low-rise was a style; I thought it was a size! You know, like small, medium, and large. I figured stores would always carry low-rise (for short torso), mid-rise (for average torso), and high-rise (for long torso). But then my size went out of style, and now I’m stuck with jeans that cover my whole stomach.
Post # 10
“I figured stores would always carry low-rise (for short torso), mid-rise (for average torso), and high-rise (for long torso).
” — This is actually brilliant. Will you invent this, please?
Post # 11
- Wedding: December 2017 - Courthouse
Amen sister! I’m a 34GG and I never have any cleavage but because of this I feel like my boss sometimes think I look more casual. Most of my coworkers wear cute flowy blouses that are more vneck or tailored. I can’t wear stuff that tight because either my boobs fit and the rest of the shirt is way too large or the shirt fits but my boobs don’t lol. I usually wear tee shirts on the weekends. It’s frustrating because most women don’t understand how limited you are on clothing when you have huge boobs.
Post # 12
One of my gripes is bras. I wear a 32D, and thank goodness for Nordstrom Rack. My other gripe is scrubs. I’m average height @ 5’5”, but I wear a 32” inseam, and regular scrub pants are too short after the first wash. I thank Amazon for carrying tall sizes. As for low rise jeans, I still wear Hudson because they’re long enough, and low rise—best of both worlds!
Post # 13
yessss short torso problems! I have found many high rise pants I can almost wear as strapless, sleeveless jumpsuits.
Post # 14
omg exactly the same boat. I have a short torso and high rise just doesn’t fit right. I haven’t been able to buy pants that fit comfortably in like 5 years at this point!! I never realized low rise would be gone one day or I would have stocked the F up!!!
Post # 15
and I only like high rise lol to each it’s own
I also find cleavage appalling, I also don’t like transparent plastic trend, chunky trainers, logomania (different logos worn together such as gucci belt, LV bag), I actually dislike anything LV. I don’t like hip-hop style in clothing and I dislike when peoply underdress for special occasions (B Eilish at Oscars). I also believe people should dress according to ehrit body type to avoid looking ridiculous.