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    Quote Originally Posted by SassyMummy View Post
    Even the most fit of people, with no fatty wobble whatsoever, don't look particularly nice in workout gear.
    hey I look sexy in my running bare stuff

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    Quote Originally Posted by delirium View Post
    hey I look sexy in my running bare stuff
    I think it looks good on people with a sporty look/personality. I've got to giggle when people want everybody to dress the same as them, some women would look utterly ridiculous in a dress, and others would look funny in gym wear.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Benji View Post
    I think it looks good on people with a sporty look/personality. I've got to giggle when people want everybody to dress the same as them, some women would look utterly ridiculous in a dress, and others would look funny in gym wear.
    It looked a lot better on me 9 kg lighter *sighs*. Still.... if I say it looks sexy it looks sexy

    See I'm not a dress person, nor skirts. I own 2 everyday dresses and several nice ones I never wear.

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    Quote Originally Posted by delirium View Post
    It looked a lot better on me 9 kg lighter *sighs*. Still.... if I say it looks sexy it looks sexy

    See I'm not a dress person, nor skirts. I own 2 everyday dresses and several nice ones I never wear.
    I'm sure it looks very sexy on you

    I feel awkward and too skinny in anything baggy, so I understand what you mean. When people talk about 'comfort' in my mind it isn't always physical comfort but also what you feel mentally comfortable wearing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Benji View Post
    I'm sure it looks very sexy on you

    I feel awkward and too skinny in anything baggy, so I understand what you mean. When people talk about 'comfort' in my mind it isn't always physical comfort but also what you feel mentally comfortable wearing.
    This exactly. If I wore exercise gear anywhere but when I exercise I'd feel ridiculous and exposed. I'd hate how it made me feel. When not pregnant and back to old self I am a DD cup with a round bum and small everywhere else so exercise gear just draws attention to my pokey out bits. I know I'm not getting oggled it's just not how I feel comfortable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Benji View Post
    I'm sure it looks very sexy on you

    I feel awkward and too skinny in anything baggy, so I understand what you mean. When people talk about 'comfort' in my mind it isn't always physical comfort but also what you feel mentally comfortable wearing.
    That's me I'm not a high heels and bling kind of girl, I feel the best when I'm comfortable. I don't feel good in dresses much except in winter. Its not like I wear a bumbag and talk like Kath Day-night and I don't sport an 80's perm. For me Jeans are winter only. Im casual I guess as I'm home with the kids and its comfy.

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    I have a question regarding tight fitting workout pants. And I realise this question sounds like I stare at womens bottoms. You very rarely see a panty line, so do people wear gstrings under workout pants? Is that really comfortable?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jellybub View Post
    I have a question regarding tight fitting workout pants. And I realise this question sounds like I stare at womens bottoms. You very rarely see a panty line, so do people wear gstrings under workout pants? Is that really comfortable?
    I wear the laser cut undies without a panty line.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jax Tellers Old Lady View Post
    That's me I'm not a high heels and bling kind of girl, I feel the best when I'm comfortable. I don't feel good in dresses much except in winter. Its not like I wear a bumbag and talk like Kath Day-night and I don't sport an 80's perm. For me Jeans are winter only. Im casual I guess as I'm home with the kids and its comfy.
    I like to dress up when going out, but I've never been one to dress OTT with DARK make up, hair, stiletto shoes, short short short dreses, fake tan, too much jewellery etc. I don't mind the look on others but for myself it feels very fake because it's just not me at all. I feel much more comfortable when going out wearing sensibly height heels, just above knee length dress, hair not too overdone and some nice but not too full on make up. I hate attention, whether it be positive or negative, so I'll go out of my way to look as boring as possible lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by delirium View Post
    I wear the laser cut undies without a panty line.
    This sounds like it's dangerously bordering on leggings as pants if people are noticing they can't see undies ....


 

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