Every summer I toss all my t-shirts into the donation bag and buy five new ones. I am not talking about pricey tees, I wear inexpensive clothes. Everything ends up with paint on it. There's nothing like the feeling of splattering black paint on your favorite yellow shirt 3 seconds after you thought I should put an apron on. No need to live that experience more than a few times to know money is better spent on socks and purses. It seems like each year the t-shirt sleeves get shorter and shorter and my arms get squishier. Why has the t-shirt sleeves trend not swung back around to the length that befriends most of us? I want the return of short sleeves that hit the middle between shoulder and elbow, and where the arm hole is not so big that the inside of your arm rubs the wire of your bra.
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