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    It's not sturdy enough for most guys, in most cases.
    I want to know why women's jeans aren't made as sturdily as guys jeans.

    Sturdy enough? I'm wearing it around the house, not tackling a bear. Not sure about the jeans, I don't wear them.
    somehow I manage to leave my intelligence and decorum at the door wherever I go. I doubt your journal will be an exception to that - not on the rug

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    Yeah, but for some reason or another, designers tend to assume guys are harder on their clothes than chicks. I'm sure if you looked online, especially in some of the more metrosexual oriented stores, you'd be albe to find it. Depending on the fabric you're referring to, you want either Jersey material, silk, or microfiber.
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    Quote Originally Posted by naiadknight View Post
    Yeah, but for some reason or another, designers tend to assume guys are harder on their clothes than chicks. I'm sure if you looked online, especially in some of the more metrosexual oriented stores, you'd be albe to find it. Depending on the fabric you're referring to, you want either Jersey material, silk, or microfiber.
    The Jersey stuff...but...you had to use the m word. Damn.
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    I rarely wear jeans now. I live in sweats on the weekends unless I go out.
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    Oh, that? I think Old Navy has some jersey guys shirts. If not there, try American Eagle or possibly Penney's (that's a long shot.) You might also get lucky at a Sporting goods store, Pacific Sunwear (kinda trendy,though), or Target. If shopping online, you want "soft," not "tough," and 100% cotton jersey. Prewashed would be a perk. If nothing else, buy a cheapie cotton t-shirt that a LOT darker than you want it, and wash it 6 bajillion times, occasionally scrubbing it around in a tote/tub of gravel. That'll get you close.
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    I LIVE in jeans. If I'm at the house, I'm in pajama pants/ boxers. If I've left the house, I'm in a skirt or jeans (with the rare slacks.) Given that I wear a skirt maybe once a month, I'm pretty hard on my jeans.
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    Old Navy is great for men's tees. I get them for my hubs there all the time. They're soft without being too thin.
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    Quote Originally Posted by naiadknight View Post
    I LIVE in jeans. If I'm at the house, I'm in pajama pants/ boxers. If I've left the house, I'm in a skirt or jeans (with the rare slacks.) Given that I wear a skirt maybe once a month, I'm pretty hard on my jeans.
    I'm in dress clothes most of the time thanks to work. With losing right now, jeans feel really awkward on me. I hate transitional bodies!
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    Quote Originally Posted by geostump View Post
    Old Navy is great for men's tees. I get them for my hubs there all the time. They're soft without being too thin.
    I've had issues with Old Navy Tees being too fitted. Perhaps now that I am a smaller size I will have better luck. Time to head up to Tucson.
    somehow I manage to leave my intelligence and decorum at the door wherever I go. I doubt your journal will be an exception to that - not on the rug

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    Quote Originally Posted by naiadknight View Post
    Oh, that? I think Old Navy has some jersey guys shirts. If not there, try American Eagle or possibly Penney's (that's a long shot.) You might also get lucky at a Sporting goods store, Pacific Sunwear (kinda trendy,though), or Target. If shopping online, you want "soft," not "tough," and 100% cotton jersey. Prewashed would be a perk. If nothing else, buy a cheapie cotton t-shirt that a LOT darker than you want it, and wash it 6 bajillion times, occasionally scrubbing it around in a tote/tub of gravel. That'll get you close.

    I'll give old navy a shot. Thanks for the tips. I'll look online also.
    somehow I manage to leave my intelligence and decorum at the door wherever I go. I doubt your journal will be an exception to that - not on the rug

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