1. Tiny pockets that can’t fit anything and mean we have to carry purses or bring nothing with us anywhere. Also see fake pockets.
2. Teeny tiny sleeves that show off your armpits so that you have to decide whether to shave or get weird looks about your body, and also won’t fit over anything vaguely resembling muscle.
3. Super see through fabric. I’m sorry, I bought this shirt because I wanted to use it to wear, not to layer with 27 other shirts so that maybe possibly I can go to my job without exposing my nips.
4. Completely unhelpful pant sizes that have no relation whatsoever to how the pants will actually fit (unlike men’s sizes which are actual measurements). I’m still somewhat convinced that this is a ploy to trick women into thinking that no pants fit them appropriately and so they should buy more pants because they’re ugly and need better pants.
5. Heels. Always and forever heels. Because they hurt. (If you like wearing heels more power to you, but those things are not nice to one’s body).
6. Makeup. Whether you wear it or you don’t, you’re probably doing it wrong (because you’re “fake” or “sloppy” or “high maintenance” or “wasting money” or “ugly” or something).
7. Bra sizing. It is impossible to find a bra that fits. WHY CAN’T THESE THINGS MAKE SENSE?
8. Pants that ride down and undies that ride up.
9. Loose shirts that don’t understand that cleavage is a thing and that sometimes people like to move around or bend over or do other things that will most certainly expose their chesticles if they’re wearing some sort of draped towel over their body.
10. Jackets with no space in the shoulders whatsoever so you have to buy up a few sizes just so you can move your arms. Yes, because ladies are always dainty and shouldn’t have an actual skeletal structure.
11. Strapless bras. I’d rather have everyone see everything, and let everything sag than have to wear those hellish creatures (but of course that’s not appropriate).
12. The inability of the manufacturers of skirts to understand that different sizes shouldn’t just mean different waist sizes but also different lengths. I have long legs. Sometimes I want a skirt that actually goes down to my knees so I can wear it to work. Sometimes my shorter friends would like to wear a skirt that doesn’t go down to mid-calf. Ridiculous huh?
13. The ongoing conviction of the makers of women’s clothes that all women are shaped the same way and that they shouldn’t design clothes that actually look good on or fit different bodies.
14. Skin tight clothing that means you can’t move your limbs more than a couple inches each direction.
15. The less fabric there is in a piece of clothing, the more expensive it seems to be.
16. Fabric that wears out after one usage. This seems to happen sooner the more expensive the item was.