15 Of The Most Annoying Things About Women’s Clothing Shared By Women
Not all clothes are created equal. And if you don’t believe me, just compare the jeans of men and women. While guys’ jeans have pockets that can fit their phone, wallet, keys and whatever else they could need, women’s ones have pockets that are hardly deep enough to fit a pack of gum – that is if the jeans even have any pockets to begin with. Sadly, it doesn’t end there and some women are tired of being quiet about all the injustice when it comes to their clothing.
Recently, Reddit user TheRightEquilibrium asked women to share some of the most irritating things about their clothing, and received a handful of answers that will make your blood boil with anger. Read some of the most infuriating things about women’s clothing shared by women in the gallery below!
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No pockets or bad quality pockets.
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See through shirts. Seriously, I hate that so many shirts in women’s clothing are thin or nearly sheer. I don’t enjoy having to put a tank top under my shirts or having my bra show through.
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Quite literally: scratchy tags. I also don’t know why certain kinds of itchy wool clothing are still made.
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Buttons over my prodigious breasts that never stay closed, collars on shirts, leggings that ride down, things that claim to not roll, but ALWAYS do, fussy extraneous details (stop putting button tabs on sleeves. Just no.),bras with lots of fkn lace details. Give us real, comfortable, sturdy bras, not fluff for the male gaze, Jean’s that fit you bum, but leave a 10in gap at the waist. Why?
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Unnecessary details on women’s clothing and accessories eg awkward cut-outs, tacky looking non-functional zips and buttons, random “quirky” words on a t-shirt, ugly frills, handbag chains that look out of place… the list goes on! I just want a plain jumper, not a cropped one that has “good vibezzz” in bubble writing on it. Also… we want pockets!
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The crop top trend. I’m tired of looking for a shirt that actually covers my belly. I like cute shirts, but i don’t like how revealing they are.
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Inconsistent sizing. Sh**ty fabric. Over-priced.
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Each black piece is a different shade of black.
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Plus size clothes that have too much decoration on them. I don’t want to look like a garden.
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dresses where you can’t wear a bra, like backless ones. They know big women will need to wear a bra, so why design a dress that we can’t wear a bra!
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I wish more companies would tell you the height of their models on their websites. The amount of dresses I’ve bought that show as being knee length, so I’ve thought it would probably come to mid thigh on me, and I’ve bought it and it doesn’t even cover my crotch! It’s like the models must be 5′ or something. Shein tell you the height of their models and it makes it so much easier to know how long it will be for me. And as others have said, inconsistent sizing.
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Pants need to come in more inseams than short, regular and tall. Men can get all sorts on inseams, why can’t women?
Also, shirts need to come in tall and short sizes too. I’m sick of the sleeves and torsos being too short.
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Branding. They ask customers to become walking billboards with giant their logos and unfortunately most buyers happily oblige.
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When pants or shorts fit your legs but not your waist.
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I wish sizes would be consistent across brands! I hate having to remember what size of jeans I wear at American Eagle and then again at Hollister.
I wear men’s jeans for several months and nobody notices until I show them the size of my pockets. I put my hand in the pocket, stretch my fingers to cover the largest possible area with them and start moving my hand back and forth in my pocket. Penis envy? I laugh at you, Sigmund, it is spelled pocket envy. On the other hand, a female body comes with larger tights. Fun fact: this men’s jeans has more room for my tights than any model tailored for women. I will never go back:-)