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New fashion trend for young women

Perdogg

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I noticed a woman last weekend wear, I assume it was a guy's, blue oxford dress as a short dress. It looked like she made a matching belt for it. She had nice sexy legs, I wasn't sure if she was wearing pants underneath.

Have you seen women do this before?
 

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yea, you can buy shirt dresses all over the place now. pre-belted, even.
 

Perdogg

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Originally Posted by tomgirl
yea, you can buy shirt dresses all over the place now. pre-belted, even.

Thank you, I did not know this. They are very flattering if the lady has nice legs.
 

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My girlfriend will occasionally steal an oxford of mine and wear it as a dress, though usually with leggings because I rock that sf-approved BoO-length shit.

And this sort of thing has been happening for years dude.
 

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I can only imagine the gf stealing my bespoke shirts and demanding my favorite as her own favorite shirt dress.

 

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I wholeheartedly approve of such a trend. Leggy chicks make me feel all funny.
 

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Originally Posted by countdemoney
I can only imagine the gf stealing my bespoke shirts and demanding my favorite as her own favorite shirt dress.



I would think that your bespoke wouldn't work very well. To work as a shirt-dress it would definitely need to be loose and baggy as opposed to fitted. You are safe!
 

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Originally Posted by GQgeek
I would think that your bespoke wouldn't work very well. To work as a shirt-dress it would definitely need to be loose and baggy as opposed to fitted. You are safe!

I'm not safe. Me 6'4" and broad shouldered her: 5'5" and petite

She would just have to trim the sleeves.
 

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