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If you Wear WWC or WWC-type Pull on Pants...

Do you tuck in your shirts?

 

I just saw this new arrival from WWC-

http://www.qvc.com/Women-with-Control-Regular-Tummy-Control-Boot-Cut-Pants-w-Tie-Detail.product.A294...

 

If they're tummy control, doesn't that imply that you are not a tucker?Cat Indifferent

 

I'm surprised to see this style from Renee.Cat Surprised

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Re: If you Wear WWC or WWC-type Pull on Pants...

Its a great look... if you have a flawless figure.  If you need "control", your figure isn't flawless.  Make up your mind Renee. 

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Re: If you Wear WWC or WWC-type Pull on Pants...

I like that look -  but it's not one I can wear.  Haven't for more years than many of you have lived.  With me it's not even about tummy control; it's about needing to create a longer line to camouflage my bust even just a bit.  If I wear a belt at all, it's to hold my trousers in position and that belt is hidden.  Certainly no bows.

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Re: If you Wear WWC or WWC-type Pull on Pants...

I like them. I don't have a flawless figure but I will tuck sometimes. I am straight through the waist, hip and thighs but petite. I have two pairs of her leggings and love them.

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Re: If you Wear WWC or WWC-type Pull on Pants...

If they have a feature that is supposed to be seen then tuck away (like the tie on the front here). Otherwise I would so no. 

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Re: If you Wear WWC or WWC-type Pull on Pants...

I don't tuck in my shirts often.  Sometimes, I'll tuck in a white button down if I am wearing a blazer or cardigan.  But even that is rare.  Generally, I say no to tucking in elastic waist pants but it would work for that pair of pants....if tucking in is your thing.

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Re: If you Wear WWC or WWC-type Pull on Pants...

I would never wear those.  I don't tuck in tops, especially when I'm wearing a stretchy pant like that. 

 

I do like a waist detail on tops.  But that's an entirely different situation...

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Re: If you Wear WWC or WWC-type Pull on Pants...

I just saw that it says "removable tie detail", but with the big honking belt loops I would think you could see those underneath a fitted garment.

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Re: If you Wear WWC or WWC-type Pull on Pants...

I do wear pull on pants and I never tuck in.  I would never, ever wear a top tucked into any pull-on pants.  Ever.  That's one of the reasons pull-on pants don't bother me.  I'm not a tucker-inner.

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Re: If you Wear WWC or WWC-type Pull on Pants...


@Lipstickdiva wrote:

I do wear pull on pants and I never tuck in.  I would never, ever wear a top tucked into any pull-on pants.  Ever.  That's one of the reasons pull-on pants don't bother me.  I'm not a tucker-inner.


@Lipstickdiva said it all.