So, I had plans to go to a club tonight but they fell through with nobody to accompany me... so I went shopping instead.
I'm not on the trendy up-and-up, with those on the bandwagon of whatever brand takes social acceptance at the very moment. I'm not on walking billboard.
However, I do have a pretty diverse range in what I wear. As a college student you wanna look decent, pretty much retiring wrestling t-shirts, but not completely formal just clothes you feel good in.
However, in the work field you need to dress a little less comfortable to make the right impression, most of the time of course depending on what you do, how you feel about it, ect.. So I have my normal clothes and business clothes.
About 5 months ago I went in Hollister. I heard about the clothes and while it wasn't a transition for me I felt something I might like and buy in there would set apart from what I normally wear.
Anyways, I went shopping today... not in Hollister, but some of the commercial trends; Aeropostale, A&F, American Eagle, ect... I bought some sneakers from Foot Action (no complaints), a green hoodie from Aero (I digress, no complaints).
I also stopped in American Eagle, mind you, I've never really shopped in there and it's not like I had a style or motive in mind for what to buy if anything, but I did buy three shirts.
Two of these shirts are "V-necks", and honestly, I've never been aware of V-necks being "homosexually friendly". I don't own any v-necks to my knowledge, outside of these 2, but still I bought them based on the design not the cut of the shirt.
So I tried the 2 on before buying, one of which I liked but felt very reluctant to the color of it. I thought it was the size of the shirt that set it off, and so I went with a Large instead and figured the risk was worth it.
Anywho, family gave me a pretty one-sided response, not in favor, and I've found out through the internet that there is a heavy mixed response to whether a heterosexual male can pass in these types of shirts, it bugs me.
I'm not gonna model the shirts, sorry, but I did take some pics to show the shirts in question. All I want to know is what you guys/girls think about v-neck shirts on a guy that isn't looking for same-sex loving. heh
Also, without a model of sorts, do you see anything wrong with these shirts?
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i'm not even gonna look at them. I wear v necks. I love them. they are more comfortable and make my whole outfit more unique... oh and I'm straight. I had mixed feelings for awhile too though. I stopped caring. the 1 question I asked on this site so far was about v necks. check it out, I have 7 chicks telling me its fine lol. mine are all diesel, express, public opinion, and solis.1