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Clothes you are uncomfortable with wearing

Re: Clothes you are uncomfortable with wearing

Postby imnothere » Sat Apr 02, 2016 7:11 pm

crop tops
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Re: Clothes you are uncomfortable with wearing

Postby cowseatsushi » Mon Apr 18, 2016 10:14 am

Clothes that too tight!!!! Makes me feel like any time I make too big a movement it will *piak*! :rofl:
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Re: Clothes you are uncomfortable with wearing

Postby laetitia123 » Mon Apr 18, 2016 10:53 am

I stay away from chunky block heeled shoes, as they make my already slim calves look like chopsticks. :(
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Re: Clothes you are uncomfortable with wearing

Postby AnnaWintour » Sun May 29, 2016 6:50 pm

Baggy tops. I have a huge chest and small waist that really needs to be defined otherwise I just look like a BLOB.

Tops that have a high neckline. I just feel like my boobs are suffocating.

Bandeaus, triangle bikinis, strapless tops. Not going to cover anything lol

Loose, flowy skirts and dresses. I don't find them flattering on me, and they make me feel frumpy although they often look nice on others. And I'm always paranoid that they're going to blow up in the wind, get caught on something, etc.

Long skirts and dresses. I'm short so I feel like I'm drowning in fabric.

Jeans. I find them restricting and uncomfortable.
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Re: Clothes you are uncomfortable with wearing

Postby RoseHammer » Thu Aug 04, 2016 9:46 am

Same^ Dresses make me feel vulnerable and I always get the creepiest male attention when I wear them.

I've gained a few pounds so shorts and high waisted pants that constrict me are a no no. Crop tops as well.

I tried on a pair of peep toe booties with fringe and they looked like straight up HOOVES on me. Never again.
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Re: Clothes you are uncomfortable with wearing

Postby yellowcookiemonster » Fri Aug 05, 2016 11:48 pm

Shorts
Sleeveless shirts
Flat shoes (I'm 4'11 and I just feel so uncomfortable without them, maybe it's because I'm so used to it lol)
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Re: Clothes you are uncomfortable with wearing

Postby Elizabeth » Sun Aug 07, 2016 9:44 pm

Too short skirts or shorts. I don't like seeing girls' junk hang out. I've been told that I have a nice ass but I think all asses look better covered by clothes.
I don't like sheer tops, can't pull them off, don't like how they look on me.
Hate turtle necks, they make my neck look short and my round face rounder.
Printed leggings. Very few people can pull them off and I'm not one of them.
EDIT: OH AND ANYTHING THAT SHOWS TOES. I have ugly finger nails and toes, yuck!
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Re: Clothes you are uncomfortable with wearing

Postby annanuttall » Sat Aug 20, 2016 12:18 am

Jean - well more specifically skinny jeans.
flipflops - I agree with Elizabeth on how nobody want to see ugly toe nails. Urgh!
animal print trouser.
Tops that show the outline of the boob, do you know what I mean? Jlo and Taylor Swift wear a lot of them.
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Re: Clothes you are uncomfortable with wearing

Postby StarryEyes » Thu Sep 29, 2016 3:36 pm

Crop tops
Shorts
High heels with very high heels
Strapless dresses
Tops with thin shoulder straps
Turtlenecks
Any clothes with super bright neon colors
Tight clothes which don't leave any room to breathe freely
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Re: Clothes you are uncomfortable with wearing

Postby BlackStar » Wed Dec 14, 2016 4:59 pm

Diorette wrote:Tight t-shirts, I feel that they can make your stomach look fat when you sit.

I agree with you, I have the same problem! :? Besides on some guys such clothes look ehm strange :?
Also I don't like to wear the pink T-shirts like on these examples http://stylemann.com/best-ways-to-style-pink-shirt/, I can't say that they don't look nice at all but I think that pink is just not mine colour at all :D
And I'm not a great fan of hats, I feel rather uncomfortable when I wear them... My friends bought me as a gift such one but I wear it very rare because of this reason :|

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Re: Clothes you are uncomfortable with wearing

Postby lush69 » Mon Dec 19, 2016 1:36 am

Legging with a short shirt

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Re: Clothes you are uncomfortable with wearing

Postby boringprophet » Tue Dec 20, 2016 2:41 pm

Tops, especially knits, that are made of acryl or polyester. They make me either sweating or freezing. No ugly Christmas sweaters for me :(
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Re: Clothes you are uncomfortable with wearing

Postby prettybadliar » Thu Jun 01, 2017 1:08 pm

anything thats a frat or preppy piece. It's just so basic and says "I have no distinguishing characteristics that make me interesting"
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Re: Clothes you are uncomfortable with wearing

Postby ashaehxo » Fri Jul 14, 2017 1:57 pm

Bodycon dresses, I just don't feel like I look right in them so I wear skater dresses instead.
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Re: Clothes you are uncomfortable with wearing

Postby Pastel_Space_Cadet » Sun Jul 16, 2017 4:17 pm

Skirts, sweaters (unless I can wear a long-sleeved shirt under them), and anything from Vineyard Vines or Southern Tide (I've seen enough people at my school wearing clothes from them and it all just looks exactly the same).
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Re: Clothes you are uncomfortable with wearing

Postby ashaehxo » Sun Jul 16, 2017 6:13 pm

Bodycon dresses and on most occasions crop tops.
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Re: Clothes you are uncomfortable with wearing

Postby hipchic12 » Wed Jul 26, 2017 9:21 am

Crop tops
Flat gladiator sandals that go up your calf
Thigh high boots
Body con dresses
Thong Bikinis
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Re: Clothes you are uncomfortable with wearing

Postby ThatoneKid » Sat Aug 05, 2017 6:43 pm

I feel mentally "comfortable" wearing just about anything... in the privacy of my own home.
Physically, I hate tight tshirts. I would much rather wear a tank, and something loose over it.
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Re: Clothes you are uncomfortable with wearing

Postby Swankiss23 » Sun Sep 03, 2017 8:51 pm

Most shorts
Flat shoes (I'm 5'5" but I always like to be wearing at least a short heeled sandal tbh, or nursing/running shoes)
Very short cap sleeve style t shirts
Any light wash or distressed jean
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Re: Clothes you are uncomfortable with wearing

Postby insomnia[c] » Tue Sep 05, 2017 6:00 am

Anything that shows a lot of cleavage
Light colored jeans/trousers
High heels - only because I'm 5'10, but as soon as I get more confidence I will wear them 24/7 lol
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Re: Clothes you are uncomfortable with wearing

Postby LawyerWife » Fri Oct 13, 2017 3:26 am

Short skirts
Short shorts
Super low cut dresses/tops.

I'm actually super comfy with my body and I love showing it off BUUUUUT not in public lol I'm just a conservative gal I spose!
I'm only interested in myself.
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Re: Clothes you are uncomfortable with wearing

Postby Candycrush » Thu Oct 26, 2017 3:28 pm

Any clothing made of jersey material as it clings to every sin on my body.
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Re: Clothes you are uncomfortable with wearing

Postby BornThisWay94 » Sat Oct 28, 2017 6:59 pm

High rise jeans, I swear to fucking god I can never find a pair of jeans these days that AREN'T high rise....they're totally fine if you're slim but I carry my weight in my mid section so trying to button over my gut gives me the most uncomfortable muffin top with my sides bulging out. Any time I get high rise jeans, I always have to get them like 1-2 sizes UP because of how weird they fit on me. They're even worse than skinny jeans.
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