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Posted 4/30/15 , edited 4/30/15
I personally don't like showing my belly unless I'm wearing, say, a swimsuit, I try to make sure my shirts at least go past my waist. Or that I'm at least wearing something that's high waisted.
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I'll be wearing the same stuff I wear all year. A jacket (I usually leave it unzipped so I can stay cool without feeling my skin burning in the sun),
t-shirt, and jeans.
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animegirl2222 wrote:

I personally don't like showing my belly unless I'm wearing, say, a swimsuit, I try to make sure my shirts at least go past my waist. Or that I'm at least wearing something that's high waisted.


Way too much clothes.

Some girl said she didn't understand the reason for mini skirts while not liking skirts much in general. Not much to say about that, but I prefer more feminine clothing. Some girls like to dress like men. I think I posted this in the wrong place. xD
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Posted 4/30/15 , edited 5/5/15
It depends on the person, I usually wear shorts and maybe no shirt if it is that hot out, I could be nude but I could also be arrested for indecent exposure.
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How little can I wear in public? I could go out naked. I wouldn't for various reasons, but it's always an option.

Also, the combination of being white and despising sunscreen sucks. It's ok though. I look good in red.
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dotsforlife wrote:


pirththee wrote:

At this age the more covered the better.


I don't know. There's some pretty good looking people out there at 60 plus. Christie Brinkley anyone?


The vast majority including myself don't fall in the Christie Brinkley category.
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Posted 4/30/15 , edited 5/5/15

pirththee wrote:


dotsforlife wrote:


pirththee wrote:

At this age the more covered the better.


I don't know. There's some pretty good looking people out there at 60 plus. Christie Brinkley anyone?


The vast majority including myself don't fall in the Christie Brinkley category.


Perhaps, but you know what they say: Beauty is in the eye of the beholder.
Posted 4/30/15 , edited 5/5/15
shorts are the minimum.

would never wear speedo's; i think they're like underwear, and i've never felt comfortable having a visible bulge.

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As an ex Lifeguard of 4 years this killed me. Gym shorts are not the same as swim trunks as when you swim in them you weaken the chemicals in the pool and allow accidents (urine, fecal matter, blood, etc.) to maintain in the pool without neutralization.

I had to rebalance the pool chemicals so many times due to people from the city doing that!

On topic.... I will just wear shorts and a t-shirt and or swim trunks depending on my Summer free time.


I'm not talking heavy basketball type shorts. Something like this http://www.adidas.com/us/boston-marathon-r-supernova-split-shorts/S87671.html very light, thin material. They look/feel the same as a swimsuit. I may be wrong though.

Thanks for being a lifeguard though, very important job!
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I'm comfortable being shirtless and only wear shorts. I'm usually always dressed like that at home but I can't wear those really small shorts soccer players wear or runners it just feels wrong and speedos are also a big no for me.
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Probably gonna wear a tankini again or-- if I'm feeling daring enough-- I'm gonna wear a bikini. Now, with non-swimwear, I'm going to be quite a bit more modest. Shorts no shorter than halfway up my thighs and no tube tops, crop tops (at least without a cami underneath), or anything like that. I'm alright with showing off my body while swimming, since for some reason society finds that completely acceptable, but not doing normal things. I honestly don't even know anymore if society finds that acceptable, but I'd feel too self concious. I'd feel like everyone's staring at me, judging me, thnking I'm a slut... Even though pretty much everyone couldn't care less about what I'm wearing.
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The least I'll wear is shorts with no shirt if I do any running this summer. I don't like running with a shirt on; it just feels weird and I hate getting a farmers tan. I don't care if people stare or judge and they can go trip and skin their knees for all I care. But when I'm not running or swimming, I'll probably wear a tank top and shorts, or maybe pants depending on what I'm doing.
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Posted 5/2/15 , edited 5/5/15

Akumanomi wrote:

Probably gonna wear a tankini again or-- if I'm feeling daring enough-- I'm gonna wear a bikini. Now, with non-swimwear, I'm going to be quite a bit more modest. Shorts no shorter than halfway up my thighs and no tube tops, crop tops (at least without a cami underneath), or anything like that. I'm alright with showing off my body while swimming, since for some reason society finds that completely acceptable, but not doing normal things. I honestly don't even know anymore if society finds that acceptable, but I'd feel too self concious. I'd feel like everyone's staring at me, judging me, thnking I'm a slut... Even though pretty much everyone couldn't care less about what I'm wearing.


That's some deep thought on a simple subject.

Guys never really mind if I wore too little clothing, the only people judging would be women and old people way past their prime.
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My skin is a pretty bad sight to look at, so at the very least I need to wear a t-shirt and pants unless I'm doing something like swimming.
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Posted 5/2/15 , edited 5/5/15
I'm allergic to sunlight. I'll be covered with sunscreen if not with fabric and shadows. Knee-length shorts and a T-shirt is probably the most revealing thing I'd wear but I'm a guy so nobody cares about that.

I just hope I survive the summer. There's a lot of free time during summer but I'm always forced to remain indoors until it gets dark. Every summer is equally horrible.
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