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Monday, August 27, 2012

Yards to inches

Posted on Mon, Aug 27, 2012 at 4:56 PM

While watching an old game show on television over the weekend the clothing attire that the women contestants were wearing seemed to have been made out of yards and yards of material. Comparing to the inches and inches of material that is put into the workmanship of today's womens' clothing attire. Can you imagine how much the clothes would cost today with all the yards and yards of material that the manufacturer used to make those full body coverage outfits. The clothes today are made so skimpy, it should not cost hardly anything all to make. The dresses today have no sleeves, no collars and are so skin tight and short, a dress should only cost about a buck to make and for sure not what they are selling for today. Everybody have their own preference of style for their clothing line. My preference is a nicely full bodied tailored dress that is comfortable to wear and pretty to look at. You see it keeps the men guessing what is underneath a not so skimpy dress. All the body parts are not visible and hanging out but they are nestled underneath all those yards and yards of material. Pretty to look at. Not waiting to grab. —Surprise Surprise

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