/shirt stays. Who knew?! And I have questions. Do you have experience with these straps of contraption?
I'm having a hard time believing such things exist and I'm super and genuinely curious about how they work and what it's like to wear them. They just look really uncomfortable.
I found this blog post
about one experience. Still, I'm wondering, how easy is it to walk in them? How do you sit? Do they have the affect of pulling down your pants? Can they be seen through your pants? How do they affect your pockets? Do you have to wear them in the front and back or just the back if, say, you only have problems with plumber butt? Do they rub your legs in a really weird way? Do they get weirdly sproingy around your legs when you sit down down and stand up? What happens to your knees? Do they pull your shirt so tight across your stomach as to make it uncomfortable? Do they cause problems with going to the bathroom? Where do guys learn about such things? Do guys still really wear them that much? Do guys take them off secretly in the bathroom if they think un-looked for sexy time is coming? Do you really need them to hold up your socks? And seriously, what in the world happens in the butt area? Do they dig in? Are they secretly awesome and/or is this another reason how men's clothing just works better for them sometimes? Do they only work for certain kinds of shirts?
Are they made just for guys? Are there any ladies out there with experience wearing them? Because they seem like an interesting solution for any of us ladies who might have problems keeping the front of our shirts tucked in due to our breasts sucking our shirts up or having to buy larger shirts due to the size needed up north but as a result have shirt flooding down south. Or would they pull everything too tight? (What would happen if you attached a shirt to your stockings with some kind of shirt garter? Does this exist?)
And, asking for a friend: "how? why? who invented this, were they a weirdo? (i think yes) Do they twang against your knees like a banjo? Don’t the clasps get caught in your thigh hair? Do you have to shave a stripe in your thigh hair to accommodate them?"