I was in JROTC in high school. Lover shirt. And the males would wear something like those but they are attached to the sock in uniform. Females didn’t need them because our butter is not tucked. I guess it depends on what you are wearing. Men usually tuck their shirts in. It depends on the top. There’s the normal one that you have to use the suspenders then there’s “princess cut” where it goes outside your pants. I was in an MCJROTC and now in the Air Force. In the MC they’re called “shirt stays” and in the AF we call them garters. Ummm y is it just for males I would love these and as females, we like to cover up more than men do when it comes to underwear showing so maybe they should advertise in both sexes just saying. Brandon Morris Garters (for women) have been around for decades. Haven’t you ever been to a wedding? Lol. This is just a garter with the straps going up instead of down.
Lol, you can buy them regardless, most of them are made out of a stretchy material that should work on fat or skinny female thighs too Lover shirt. Clara Payne, not quite mates, the first garter was for men to hold their socks in place of something, we’re talking 14th Century or even earlier. Nevertheless, the female garter belt came shortly after cause 1. They were seeing as sexually provocative 2. Allegedly, at the time, women find it uncomfortable to wear their stocking suspenders attached to their corsets. Juan Carlos Sanchez Garcia Yes, you’re right. I just wanted to refer to something this person should have been acquainted with their lifetime, without having to have studied history. This product shouldn’t be seen as a new thing! They’re called shirt stays….. not suspenders…. suspenders hold pants up…. shirt stays keep shirt down. And wtf is “Male suspenders”? Until recently suspenders we’re dominantly male clothing items so what are you talking about what that classification
Lover shirt, hoodie, long sleeve tee, guys v-neck, sweatshirt.
Lover shirt and what you’re calling suspenders (to hold up trousers) are known as braces. Also, just whilst we’re clarifying differences in cross-Atlantic clothing names: if you say “vest” in the UK, it always means a sleeveless t-shirt type garment, not a waistcoat. How about a bra to keep the phone in, high heels to make you taller, a “Man Bun” to be neat, pantyhose for warmth WTF – any “Real Men” out their (accept ADF Personel ). you and the groomsmen could wear these on the big day! You can keep your shirts tucked in tight through all the dancing and moving around and look sharp at the same time. might have to get Michael Kent a pair for Christmas at least his shirt won’t pop out when he trips ass up into a fire hydrant.
Wow, looks new and exciting. I wore these 21 years ago as a young Marine Lover shirt. We called them shirt stays back then and we attached them from shirt to sock. That and a gallon of starch on your uniforms virtually guaranteed you looked sharp all day long no matter the weather.this is what I was talking about that the weird patient had on!!! The one from all the emails. He literally pulled his pants down so I could see them and took them off so I could do his EKG. Nothing new about this. It’s a garter belt. Since they have been around, women have used them to keep their hose from slipping down and men have used them in this fashion to keep their shirts from slipping out.these would be good for work wouldn’t they pal? Saves you reaching for big boxes with accounts in and looking untidy