|Roxy has problems too|
Part of the initiative involves wearing those swanky sunshirts I snagged in sales in the off season. Right? Keeps the sun off, which helps keep people from getting cancer and also limits the amount of sunscreen I have to wear which probably also helps reduce the risk of cancer. Plus they're trendy. Aside from showing every possibly unflattering lump, what could be wrong with these trendy beauties?
|yeah that's me and lindsey #noshame|
I call it the "sun shirt line".
I can't decide if this is better or worse than the dreaded "glove tan"ReplyDelete
We spend so much time doing conditioning work these days that I have an Optimum Time watch tan line. Eventer problems.ReplyDelete
I'm rocking a farmers tan plus glove lines...ReplyDelete
yeeeeahhhhhh i have that line too. and also a glove line higher up the wrist on days when i wear gloves and short sleeves. and then this weird strip of no man's land right across my wrist. it's... not cute haha.ReplyDelete
I have the WORST ring tan line. Like, really, really bad.ReplyDelete
Lol. I have the same sun shirt tan. I'm basically only tan on the tops of my feet and ankles (from the boat shoes) and on my hands.ReplyDelete
Lucky me being so pale that my "tan" barely shows.
That dog is amazing. I've given up and embraced the farmer's tan for life.ReplyDelete
I feel you on the lumps. In my experience, the EIS shirts show less lumps than the other brands I've tried because the fabric is a little stiffer and thicker. They are kind of pricey compared to most of the other options out there, but they do create a smoother picture. They won't help at all with the glove tan line though...ReplyDelete
Sun shirt line. I has it too.ReplyDelete
I'm a purist. Still rocking the traditional t-shirt and glove tan lines over here. And my legs are so pale I think they're actually blue.ReplyDelete
It seems like the harder I try, the more lines I end up with ��ReplyDelete
At least you have a tan? I'm just white everywhere hahaReplyDelete
When I started taking immune suppressant drugs I learned that they cause a horrible, horrible itchy reaction if you are exposed to the sun. My wardrobe is now based on Marlon Brando in "The Island of Dr. Moreau". In short, I envy your tan lines. Although, I do now look every bit the part of "eccentric Dressage Queen", so that's kind of fun.ReplyDelete
My tan lines start at the shoulder. Tank tops. But I'm out in the sun either early morning or late afternoon so its not so much a burn, just gradual tanning. I don't do the whole 'burn & tan' thing anymore.ReplyDelete
tan chest, arms and NOTHING else. I don't think my legs have seen the sun since 2008ReplyDelete
My current watch/glove tan line is intense. As is the "I'm not riding until later so I'm wearing clogs around the show for 6 hours" foot tan.ReplyDelete