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    Lea
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    Putting away some clothes and noticed the label on my wife’s jeans. If there are boyfriend jeans, then why not a husband dress for women inspired by the appreciation of CDs.  Maybe more inspired fashions that celebrate CDs. Just another way for us to get recognition and support.

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      Jamie Taal
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      I’ve also seen “boy short” panties that look like short boxer briefs, “boyfriend” panties  that look like tightly-whities, and “boyfriend” shirt dresses that are in essence oversized mens button down Oxford dress shirts worn as a dress.

      My late-teens daughter has purchased men’s skinny jeans because she likes the lower rise waist style and especially the deeper pockets.

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        Lea
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        That’s an interesting post,  girlbuying men’s skinny jeans for style and comfort.  Why not!!  Exact reason I like women’s clothes and shoes.

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      Eileen Bach
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      Dear Lea,

      It would be helpful if some fashions were cut to fit a male frame better and larger shoe sizes. However, I had thought that most CD’s want to be assumed a genetic woman in public, not accepted as a CD. Isn’t part of the thrill of dressing is wearing woman’s clothing, not pretty men’s clothing?

      The ‘boyfriend’ label on shirts and jeans is confusing to me. The items are still cut for women, therefore, not your boyfriend’s borrowed clothes. Which brings up the origin of the boyfriend shirt.

      In many romantic movies, there will be a morning scene of the girl wearing a man’s shirt. The suggestion inferred is they got together last night and made love. Not wanting to put back on her evening dress, a shirt just long enough to cover her bottom parts will suffice.

      There are movies in which a man is caught wearing the wife/girlfriend’s nightgown or robe. Mostly for comedic value than fashion statement. The ‘girlfriend’ robe for men never caught on.

      Hugs, Eileen

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        Stevie Steiner
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        Maybe, just maybe, with society starting to acknowledge gender issues,  it’s time for the ‘girlfriend’ robe to finally catch on. 🙂

        (I remember mens’ robes… they were thick, less comfortable, and not nearly as attractive – do not miss them).

        Stevie

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          Lea
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          How about a shirt, silky, satiny, with lace trim  “mistress” robe for men….oooh….I know, bad idea…lol

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