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Look At Men's Clothing When Shopping


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When looking for clothes, be unisex if you can. Women can wear most male styles nowadays and masculine clothing is much better made. In the old days, I wore guys' Levis 501's before they made them especially for women, and my first jeans jacket was a boy's size! More recently, I got a really good deal on an embroidered men's muslin shirt.

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I can wear it as a tunic, with the sleeves rolled up (you might want to alter the sleeves if you are particular) and with the girly PINK embroidery, it's really nice. After getting it, I went into a specialty fashion store and saw one very similar, with embroidery and the same tucks in the front for $150! (Mine was $12.)

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By Lynda (Guest Post)
February 15, 20070 found this helpful

You are so right about men's slacks/jeans being made so much better. I wonder why? At least men's robes also have two pockets instead of one for all the one-armed women who shop for them, right? lol
I LOVE the deep pockets in most men's garments, but I can't find that many things that are attractive to me as a woman, AND, my religion specifically states that women are not to wear men's clothing.

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Likely the same men who design men's clothing also
design the pointed toed, highest heels for women?
I think they should have to wear them for several years, don't you? lol God bless you. : )

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By dawne (Guest Post)
October 22, 20070 found this helpful

I think they are better made because when a man finds a pair/cut he likes, he will buy the same brand and cut again and again. Most women like a bigger variety in style and don't mind shopping. So manufacturers cut quality based on the idea that women will be back for a different look.

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March 12, 20190 found this helpful

I still wear men's Levi's or their competitors. Growing up in the 60's, we had to. No one made women's jeans that fit the way the guy's denims did.

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In fact, I don't even remember jeans for women. I still love how they sit perfectly on my hips.

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