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eowyn1025


Jan 7, 2003, 12:20 PM
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maybe it's just me but i don't particularly like to have my stomach bared as is the style these days..i mean i'm not fat or anything but it's just more professional to have it covered. problem is i'm long waisted and all the cute shirts come like 5 inches above the waist of my pants. has anyone found a company that makes long shirts that are still fairly fitted?


russmanswife


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try getting the tall sizes they have longer arms and the length is longer in the shirt it helps alot. i hate having shirts shrink on me so i always try and get them long and after a few washings they are still long enough. eddie bauer is pretty good.


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Longer shirts wouldn't be such an issue if all of the "climbing pants" weren't hip-huggers now. Whoever designs these things must be a boulderer!


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  exactly


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You can try getting men's T-shirts in small sizes or boys T-shirts in large sizes. I find the cut of some boy's T-shirts to be flatttering because they're longer than the womens but still narrow through the shoulders and will fit snug.


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I'm with ya on the boys t-shirts....plus they are cheap!!!!!


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I have a couple of bike jerseys that don't look like jerseys. They're cut long (especially in the back) so they don't ride up when you bend over while riding. Great for wearing under a harness.

A little pricey though, you might be able to find some of the plain ones on sale sometime (I'm a sucker for loud prints).


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