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06 Nov 2022, 10:27 pm

What kind of clothing do you hate wearing?

I hate wearing anything that constantly touches my body, has weight to it, or that covers all of my legs and arms. Because of that I wear shorts and short-sleeved shirts a lot of the time, even in autumn and winter. I avoid having to deal with pants and anything long-sleeved, especially jackets. If I have to wear anything like that I change out of it the moment I get home.



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07 Nov 2022, 1:53 am

Anything that has weight. More so if it's also tight.

Shoulderless. I hate sleeved but shoulderless.
It's giving me false alarms that my strap/cloths on shoulders are falling off. I'd choose sleeveless or even a tube over this.

Crop tops. Even sleeveless crop top as a bra.
It feels like a tube that might fall off when it's too loose, and feels like annoyingly lacking over my torso when it's fit tight.

Anything that is obviously itchy. So no tags.


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07 Nov 2022, 6:23 am

Tight fitting clothes bother me. Like bras, underwear, leggings or tights. Socks are OK. I'm very grateful for the loose fitting fashion trend. I did not buy a pair of jeans for over a decade because of the low rise trend, then the skinny jeans trend, then the torn ripped trend. I got by just fine with long skirts. :D


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07 Nov 2022, 6:29 am

polo shirts no way do i ever wear a polo shirt just cant stand the look of them

otherwise i love clothes and dressing up


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07 Nov 2022, 6:46 am

Caz72 wrote:
polo shirts no way do i ever wear a polo shirt just cant stand the look of them

otherwise i love clothes and dressing up


Used to panic as a child as was told I hd to wear them. They were in fashion in the 1970's and Grandmothers on both sides knitted them for me but also the factory made ones were worse as they had tigter longer necks. But wool next to my skin was ITCHY! Feel sorry for my grandparents with all that work but as a child my skin was soo sensitive I would itch even through a shirt and a vest as I could feel the itchy wool through them!
Today I have part worn wool which as it has been worn before I can wear. Most of my clothes are worn smooth as takes a while before I can wear new clothing for any more than a short time, but I can wear old worn out clothes all day as they are comfortable.
I avoid jeans. Generally do not get on with heavy clothes but as a kid (Have never found anything as good since as todays versions are made for fashion so are not suitable) I had a leather jacket as a hand-me-down and it was great as I would cycle in it and wear it around the house in the colder weather or the rain. Even when I had a good income I have never found anything like it that was so good to wear. Had one given to me but it had an open V front and was NOT suitable. Not into fashion. Into practical wear. Old jacket I used to have was worn out so it was comfy. Alternatives are far too heavy as are thick leather motorbike jackets which I can't wear for cycling in or round about the house etc.
A nice lighterweight leather jacket that zips all the way up so I can keep warm and dry. That would be nice! Realize would be slightly heavier but sooo nice if done right!
Fashions mean leather jackets are NOT practical these days. Prices are way beyond my budget anyway... But those 1970's (I guess if came from then or late 60's?) thin leather comfy jackets (With a thin liner) were so cool inside to wear and so protective in the weather... The one I had when I was around 11 years old or thereabouts was lovely!



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07 Nov 2022, 7:10 am

i just find polo shirts on women geeky for some reason unless its uniform or something


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07 Nov 2022, 8:17 am

Caz72 wrote:
i just find polo shirts on women geeky for some reason unless its uniform or something

I find them claustrophobic and I panic when trying to put them on or off as I don't like things over my head.



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07 Nov 2022, 10:25 am

In order of hatred:

Gloves - I JUST CAN'T
BRAS
Pantyhose
Socks
Underwear
Fleece
Coats or jackets
Winter hats
Thongs
V Neck shirts (ugly)

I basically don't wear any of those unless absolutely necessary ^
I can't wear anything wool because of allergies.
I can't do polyester or I'll want to die.

* I can do tights but not nylon pantyhose

For sleepwear I can't do anything with buttons, and no bottoms or underwear.



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07 Nov 2022, 10:33 am

Edna3362 wrote:
Shoulderless. I hate sleeved but shoulderless.
It's giving me false alarms that my strap/cloths on shoulders are falling off. I'd choose sleeveless or even a tube over this.

Crop tops. Even sleeveless crop top as a bra.
It feels like a tube that might fall off when it's too loose, and feels like annoyingly lacking over my torso when it's fit tight.

Anything that is obviously itchy. So no tags.


Yes! I forgot to say I hate sleeveless dresses. People look like they're wearing a towel.
Shoulderless looks messy on most people because of the strap issue.
I love little cap sleeves.
Dainty straps are pretty on a dress but only if it's well fit with no bra straps etc.

I have a sensory issue where I can't stand my forearms covered in long sleeves.
I always have to roll the sleeves up.
Elbow length is about as far as I'm comfortable.

Polo shirts?
I've never seen a woman in a polo shirt unless it's part of a uniform, or they're playing golf.
Yugggg --- that fabric is nasty.



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07 Nov 2022, 11:36 am

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For sleepwear I can't do anything with buttons, and no bottoms or underwear.


I know it sounds odd, but I never have really been able to wear clothes in bed. Is embarissing!



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07 Nov 2022, 11:37 am

Mountain Goat wrote:
IsabellaLinton wrote:
For sleepwear I can't do anything with buttons, and no bottoms or underwear.


I know it sounds odd, but I never have really been able to wear clothes in bed. Is embarissing!


I can wear a short nighty or a loose t-shirt but never bottoms.
I roll around so much I'd get stuck to the sheets.
Long nighties get tangled.



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07 Nov 2022, 1:16 pm

IsabellaLinton wrote:
Mountain Goat wrote:
IsabellaLinton wrote:
For sleepwear I can't do anything with buttons, and no bottoms or underwear.


I know it sounds odd, but I never have really been able to wear clothes in bed. Is embarissing!


I can wear a short nighty or a loose t-shirt but never bottoms.
I roll around so much I'd get stuck to the sheets.
Long nighties get tangled.


I wonder if it is common. I find clothes strangle me or are too tight on me, even pajamas.



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07 Nov 2022, 2:26 pm

Anything that restricts my neck, I absolutely HATED turtle necks as a child. I have not worn them since.



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07 Nov 2022, 4:21 pm

Denim

I loved wearing denim when I was a boy, but now no more.


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07 Nov 2022, 7:28 pm

- Clothes that make it difficult to run or take long strides when walking.

Aka fitted long skirts that aren't the flowy kind. If I couldn't theoretically twirl around in it, then it's probably going to annoy me. Likewise, dresses that trail on the floor that I could trip over.

- Loose T-shirts.

This is a controversial one, but let me explain. I have a lanky build with a fairly small chest. So, loose tends to translate to probable wardrobe malfunction. :lol: Depends on the type of loose top though.

- T-shirts that are uncomfortably tight on the shoulders.

I am fairly broad shouldered. Usually I have the choice of either A) a shirt that fits on the sides but looks and feels ridiculously tight on my shoulders or B) a shirt that fits my shoulders but hangs loose at the sides. I much prefer option B. Frankly I have an easier time with men's or unisex sizes. Sweater vests can be a good way to give the look some shape - I really like sweater vests.

- Low waisted / Low-cut jeans

No. Low waisted jeans look stupid on me. I have a short torso and my hips aren't wide, so low cut doesn't really work.


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07 Nov 2022, 7:34 pm

Wool or acrylic knits - I can't stand the feel of either one against my skin and I tend to get way too warm as it is.