Um. Well. I wear a tank top, tuck it into my jeans. Then I put on a western style shirt. And I tuck it in. It's not really a trend for girls in my town. A lot of guys do it. But no other girls do it. As far as I've seen, I'm the only one. Then I put on a leather belt with a buckle that has an A on it. For my first name. Angel. My shoes are cowgirl boots. Handed down from my mom. They are not pink. They are leather. Real boots. A bit worn out though. Some one the sting around the soles are falling off. But I like the old, cowboy look. I want to know if guys like that stuff. Cuz I don't know... it's rare for girl in my town. So I don't know if it looks okay. The guys are doing it? I hope it's not a big turn off. I'm a bit insecure about my weight. But I'm normal. I'm fit. I just... well I was convinced I was fat by my father. I'm still recovering. It's harder than you think. I am not fat. I just feel that way. I'm fit and fine. But I do like my legs. My jeans are bell bottoms. All the time. The hug my bottom and thighs nicely. I love my legs. They are perfect. And I can't stand low riders. So they are slightly higher up. They come up to right under my belly button. How does it sound?
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This is a cyclic trend for both guys and gals. When I was a kid rounding up dinosaurs back in the late 1960's both guys and girls tucked there shirts, sweaters, etc in. You were viewed as "slovenly" attired if you let your shirt hang out at all. And at recess we would drag offenders at least 150 acres into the woods, duct tape them to a tree dump honey on a handful of bacon on them and leave them for the Bears. This tended to keep fashion the same for thousands of years at a time. And then we hit high school. No mor gestapo! Freedom of expression ment you could untuck your shirt. So everyone does it.. But for a few disruptive rebbes who insist tucking in there shirt! When will all this madness end?0