Fashion Tip Of the Day
If you're anything like me, you can't still for more than 5 minutes. And, that's dangerous when in dress clothes. One thing I hate about that combo is that because I'm tall-ish, I find that often my undershirt comes un-tucked leaving a menacing bunching, billowing, buffeting fluff around my mid-section, making me appear frumpy, old, and much like a cotton-headed ninny muggins. I thought this was something I was stuck with for life. But then I had an amazing realization. I thought, "What if I tucked my UNDERSHIRT into my UNDERWEAR?" It's amazing. My undershirt remains tucked in, no frump, no cottony bulge. It's an ALL-DAY fix. Readjust your tuck when using the restroom, and you will stay put all day. Now, I will caution you NOT to tuck your actual shirt into your underwear, because if your underwear rides up, people will see your underwear band and ask, "Dude, do you have your SHIRT tucked into your UNDERWEAR?" This has been tested on boxers and boxer briefs, but obviously "going commando" won't work here.
This appears to be a great guy tip (you really sold it Jay), I have reservations about ladies trying this, with our wide assortmant of unmentionables available and all. :-)
I'm thinking you have an excellent solution to a chronic male clothing problem. Just remember to tell the men that it's important to zip their fly if they follow your tip--because it's a whole lot more acceptable to have a T-shirt showing when the front door's open than your underwear. ;-)
Now, since I am tall-ish, I have problems with shirts not being long enough, and with the advent of lower-rise pants, that leaves me with my boss pointing out my underwear color anytime I lean over to get anything out of a drawer at work. Maybe someone has a tip for finding good-quality shirts that don't leave you looking like Britney Spears after you've washed the garmet twice.
Having trouble keeping your stockings up? Simply put on an extra pair of undies over the stockings once you have them on. You'll notice that there is no more falling down, and you'll be much more comfortable in that dress.
1. Normal "undeez:" Tip Works
2. "Just-in-case-I-get-extra-junk-in-da-trunk" panties: Doesn't work. Too much extra fabric
3. Granny panties: Works
4. Thongs: Only with suspender buckles, or after-market modifications
5. Silky V/S panties: Only with spray adhesive or double-sided tape
6. "Shorty Short Shorts:" Definitely works
7. Girdles, leotards, hose: Tip works
Thankfully, my boss is female, so there are no larger issues with which to to deal. ;-). With two teenage daughters, she has plenty of gusto for picking on today's fashions (fraught with underwear-showing trousers and britney spears-esque shirts). Aside from wishing we'd find longer shirts and/or higher waisted pants, she and I have had numerous gym locker room discussions/arguments over the logic of thongs (those, by the way, should NOT show at work).