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    05-30-2012, 03:49 PM
Green Broke
I love Q-babies!!!!
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    05-30-2012, 03:51 PM
Green Broke
LOL Yes, I meant 25! Typing too fast got me and I didn't catch it..and MangoRox gave the fantastic idea for this thread! ;)
    05-30-2012, 03:58 PM
Green Broke

I was going to say.....there is no way you were a 00 and a 45. I'm pretty sure 45 is not a size hahah I hope.... O.o
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    05-30-2012, 04:12 PM
LOL, I read that an assumed that she maybe meant 4/5 which is what size I am in some brands.

It is so funny that the sizes can change so much depending on style and brand. I wish they would all get together and come up with a set standard.

Heck, I wear a 3/4 in Qbabies. The other day, I was cleaning out my closet and found some old clothes from when I was still in school. Some of them were a 7/8 and way too small, others were a 3/4 and I was swimming in them. All adult sizes, just different brands .
    05-30-2012, 04:15 PM
Green Broke
Lol Yep..different brands can have VERY different sizing..I'm still giggling about the 45 thing..
    05-30-2012, 04:20 PM
I looove Silver Jeans.. They are so comfy! <3
    05-30-2012, 05:26 PM
DrumRunner, I know they carry Silver jeans at The Buckle around my area. You might want to check there! If you Google them you might be able to find some stores that carry them. I love them and they are pretty fancy.
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    05-30-2012, 05:33 PM
Have to say I am glad I never got into chasing cans anywhere but home. Modesty is beautiful, IMO. ;)

Thus my fashion consists of whatever jeans aren't going to ride up, and whatever shirt and possibly hoody are the dirtiest, as I don't ride around others much. :)

That's just my opinion, though.
    05-30-2012, 05:41 PM
LOL, I've had to resort to buying men's shirts. Women's shirts tend to have sleeves that are too short for my big old long arms, the shoulders are too small for my broad shoulders, and the tails are too short and come untucked whenever I pick my arms up above my head, which is uncool considering I ride 4-6 different horses each day. It sucks having to re-tuck my shirt in every time I saddle/unsaddle or bridle/unbridle. Plus, if I buy shirts with the sleeves long enough, the body is 2 sizes too big so I can't leave them untucked as they turn into gigantic billowy parachutes in the Texas wind.

The only women's shirts I've found that actually work are "competition sleeves", but they are way mucho expensive.

So, I buy men's shirts in the small size and they work awesome. This is the best picture I have of me in my Qbabies and my men's shirt LOL
    05-30-2012, 06:06 PM
I am like Drumrunner, have a hard time finding jeans with a small enough waist and long enough leg. Most of my jeans are Adiktd or Rock n Roll Cowgirl. My beat around working cattle at home jeans are Q Babies.
For shirts...well I actually make most of my own. I hate showing up and having someone else wearing the same shirt plus I have long arms and most shirts the sleeves aren't long enough.

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