Ok, ladies. I know I'm not crazy. Someone else MUST do this, also. It is impossible to choose your undies for the day without first choosing your outfit for the day, am I right?
My husband thinks I'm nuts. I think he just doesn't get it. Women's lingerie isn't a one-kind-fits-all-outfits kind of thing! Some fabric clings and shows lines. Some are more see-through. And there are other factors to consider, also. Like, "If I wear this top, will the lace trim on this bra poke out?" or "Is this v-neck too low for this style bra cup?" And then the bottom half. Some pants and skirts ride lower and don't need higher undies. How many times have we gotten dressed, only to realize that something is showing that shouldn't be showing, and have to either change clothes or get undressed again to change our underthings?
My husband just doesn't understand - but men don't have these kinds of problems. Men's clothing is not really designed like women's clothing. They don't have to worry about which bra to wear with off the shoulder, one shoulder, or halter tops, or if their top has spaghetti straps, tank straps, cap sleeves, or no straps. And this is just everyday stuff - I'm not even talking about the "date night" lingerie!
Please reassure me I'm not crazy. It makes perfect sense in Girl Logic, right? Just like shopping math. Women get it.