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Daron's Guitar Chronicles tells the tale of a young guitarist in the 1980s coming out and coming of age while chasing fame.
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    1. Marleen Stam-Gibbs on

      They usually do. There often is a 'crop' style women's shirt as well that has a little bit of a flare on the bottom but stops short of the hips. Those are much better for small bust/wide hips. For me, those end up being belly baring. Something I haven't been interested in showing since having babies.

    2. Cecilia Tan 6-time creator on

      Aha, that makes a lot of sense. But clearly they need two styles of "women's" shirts then, one for those who are bigger on top, and one for those who are bigger on the bottom...

    3. Marleen Stam-Gibbs on

      Let me enlighten you on the long waist in girls shirts. If you are large chested, like me, a 'regular shirt' uses up so much of the fabric in that area that you end up with it a) hanging down like a tent from the chest down and b) with the front hem of the shirt several inches higher than the back. Having less width in the waist area all the way down prevents a and makes b much less noticable by clinging to the hips (the best girl shirts have extra room in the chest area!).