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What piece of clothing you couldn't stand wearing?


KymmieL

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I always hated dressing up as a guy. The only time you could catch me in a suit was at a funeral. I never found the clothes uncomfortable. I just didn't like them. I just wasn't my self wearing them. I was a jeans a t shirt guy, and now I'm a jeans and t shirt woman.

 

Now I have zero issues dressing up. I dont care if I have to spend two hours looking nice, and have to worry about showing my goods. While it's still not me. I have zero issues dressing up now compared to before.

 

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I dislike clothes in general, but I especially dislike female underwear, and the expectations surrounding it.  

 

I'm totally flat chested, yet my parents lectured me about wearing a bra.  No good reason!  GF always bought panties for me.  I can't stand them.  I have no interest in looking sexy, and they always felt tight, chafing, and annoying.  I got rid of any remaining female underwear by giving it to my sister and partners.  I mostly wear small cotton boxer shorts. Most hot days that's the only fabric I wear.  

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Neckties of any kind but especially bow ties.  Whoever invented them was out of his mind. 

 

And like @Red_Lauren., nowadays I have no issues at all with getting dressed up. 

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1 hour ago, Marcie Jensen said:

Neckties of any kind but especially bow ties.  Whoever invented them was out of his mind. 

 

And like @Red_Lauren., nowadays I have no issues at all with getting dressed up. 

Hated bow ties and ties!

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Khakis and vnecks

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Im forced to go to church on Sundays so a suit and tie is something I cant stand!! 

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neckties and men's belts, now having transitioned to living as a woman I never want to see a belt again/

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1 hour ago, claire1000 said:

neckties and men's belts, now having transitioned to living as a woman I never want to see a belt again/

I get it. Used to be, belts were to hold my pants up. Now, they are there to be ornamental.

 

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3 hours ago, claire1000 said:

neckties and men's belts, now having transitioned to living as a woman I never want to see a belt again/

I'm with the belt haters.  I like my clothes simple and nonrestrictive.  And at least where I live, belts begin to acquire stuff.  Keys, phone, more keys, flashlight, Leatherman, pistol, etc....  My husband's every day belt almost looks like Batman.  Handy for him, but excessive.

 

At this point, my partners are lucky if they can clip a driver's license, a house key and a $20 bill somewhere on my body before I scamper away.  I don't want to carry anything. 

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6 hours ago, Marcie Jensen said:

I get it. Used to be, belts were to hold my pants up. Now, they are there to be ornamental.

 

For me they still are used to hold up my pants. I got a booty. 

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Gotta join the tie haters club. Have had to wear them most of my life thanks to school uniforms and ridiculous work dress codes and that feeling of being restricted around the neck just gives me the ick.

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12 hours ago, awkward-yet-sweet said:

I like my clothes simple and nonrestrictive. 

I'm with you on this.

My daily go-to outfit is a simple dress, with pockets if possible.  (although I don't put much in them)  I add layers as the weather cools.   If I go anywhere, my purse has plenty of room for my "stuff".

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9 hours ago, Red_Lauren. said:

For me they still are used to hold up my pants. I got a booty. 

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I cannot stand any shirts that are not cotton. Like sweaters and jackets is fine but if you give me anything that's a shirt but not a t-shirt or made from cotton I will be extremely uncomfortable. 

 

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