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Offline Johndoe1

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Looks nice and comfortable. Good for your wife!
Womanhood is not defined by breasts, and breasts are not indicative of womanhood. - Melissa Fabello

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I think that's great!  Good for her.
Wear what works and is comfortable.  

Offline blad

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My wife surprised me with a few new tanks. I think I'll keep her.
Out of interest, do you wear something over this? 

Otherwise you are definitely advertising "I wear a bra".
If the bra fits, wear it.

Offline SideSet

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Those tanks look good on you. Obviously women’s tanks.  Men’s would never work with your full bust.  So good your wife recognizes that 

Offline curiousk

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I have tank tops like that.  I’ll wear them as a layering piece or wearing around the house.  I haven’t  gotten the nerve yet to wear them out in public yet.  Probably would in the spring and summer next year.

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Good for her great for you.
Like me, you have a treasure for support.
Personally I often wear a top like that without further covering unless I needed another layer for warmth. It is not  my "go to" option but if that is what is most comfortable..... yeah.
It is perfectly decent and I have got to the happy point of acceptance of not worrying what others might notice or think.

« Last Edit: October 05, 2021, 12:27:25 PM by Busted (and happy) »

Offline Johndoe1

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I have tank tops like that.  I’ll wear them as a layering piece or wearing around the house.  I haven’t  gotten the nerve yet to wear them out in public yet.  Probably would in the spring and summer next year.
I wear my tanks as layering pieces also. I doubt I will ever wear mine in public, but I understand why women do in the summer. Your cool and comfortable while still be modest.

Offline prc7966

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I wear women's tanks as undershirts and around the property when I'm around home. I've not worn one as a shirt in "public", but having said that I'm always just one hot nasty day away from going out for the day in just a tank over my bra.

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Great Idea.  Working alone in the  shop I have had two friends stop in each of the last two days. 
I need to just keep a coverup button down to put on as I see them drive in.  If I'm home and not out working I need to do some thing.

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Friends are often our biggest fears.
If they really are good friends they are the ones we should be least worried about.
Big step to confide in them but I have never found it to be a problem.
« Last Edit: October 07, 2021, 10:09:18 AM by Busted (and happy) »

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So true.  I was in a t shirt and unlined underwire.  Nothing said.  We moved around looking at my project and then each took a stool 6-8 feet apart.  I have just never had that conversation with a friend yet.  Should as it would lessen my anxiety a bit.  I just feel it shouldn't even have to be brought up.

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I wear a women’s camisole or tank over my bra. Button down shirt,polo or t over that. 

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Your wife definitely knows what works for you. 

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