you and everyone else with their mothers loves the interlock pencil skirt from american apparel with a light weight t-shirt tucked in phewposted over 5 years ago
Whether or not everyone and their mothers loves it wasn’t really the point…
To avoid the lines, I recommend wearing stockings and tucking the shirt into the stockings (not the most ‘chic’) but looks good from the outside.
whenever i wear my interlock aa skirt with a shirt tucked inside i cant, well more like dont want….to eat/breathe. so yea, leotard top like goldenblue suggested. or maybe you can do the half tuck thing.posted over 5 years ago
What I do is kind of fold up the shirt up underneath itself and then just tuck a little bit in in the front and blouse it out. It looks like more of it is tucked it but there are no annoying bumps and such.posted over 5 years ago
i usually tuck the shirt then go from under the skirt and pull it down so its flat…or i wear booty shorts or tights or something and tuck the shirt into that.posted over 2 years ago
If you have a shirt you always want to wear tucked in – it isn’t too hard to cut it waist length and sew it to a pair of high waisted panties. You can even use some liquid stitch stuff if you aren’t too keen on handstitching or using a sewing machine.posted over 2 years ago
bodycon skirts can still be shapely if they’re made of sturdier material than the ones at american apparel—you might try one from somewhere else. or try for a shorter shirt?posted over 2 years ago
What if you got a high-waisted control top garment like Spanx or a waist cincher, and tucke dyour shirt into that?posted over 2 years ago
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have you tried wearing it with a tanktop or a leotard underneath and leaving the shirt untucked?posted over 2 years ago