Post by saarinista on Jun 19, 2019 21:34:46 GMT -5
Guys, I am very conservative in how I dress. I would never suggest "flaunting" anything at any age around strangers. I suggested that top because it has a high neckline to contain things.
There are people in good and bad shape at every age. I was an overweight child, and though I could lose a few pounds, I'm probably in better shape now than I was as a child. If I get those last pounds off, I'd show off a couple inches of torso in a yoga class with no t-shirt over it, probably. That's not as racy as stuff falling out of a sports bra! 😐
I'm all for modestly, but I don't know, I just didn't think 59 was all that old. Even if it is "old, " there are different kinds of beautiful, I think. So, that's my position.
Please forgive any typos or poor sentence structure. As I often say, you can have it perfect or you can have it now. Here, I choose now.
There is men's clothes for yoga, it's usually shorts that are tighter at the knee or have elastic.
Unless your like showing off your package, don't wear lose mesh shorts with lose boxers when your doing inverted positions. Ups!
Likewise, I bought this top at target (that's not me in the picture btw) to avoid drawing inappropriate attention from new acquaintances while doing downward dog and other inverted positions. It works well with leggings and a sports bra. Most of the letter don't come up very high and well, things fall out for some of us. That's fine when you're with people you know well, but not when I'm in a class open to the public. 😜
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