Fish deer bass duck Fishing shirt


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Anytime I had to Fish deer bass duck Fishing shirt wear anything like “a whore’s corset” or when we did sexy music videos because I’d be wearing a super high heel and a really tight bra, and then add fishnets and jewelry, and it was just so much stuff. It’s the Besides,I will do this opposite of how I want to dress. Whenever I’m dressing myself I just wanna be comfortable. I want a pocket, and I don’t want to have to wear a harsh bra. It’s a really fun experience to put on clothes you would never choose. It’s also scary, but I think it forces you to get out of your own made up parameters. Showing more of my body was something that I felt more comfortable trying in character, but then started doing it in my own life because I had the chance to realize, “What’s the big deal?” I feel like my first couple years on the show, I was really in a cardigan phase, and that was also happening on screen. More recently, I feel like a lot of my more mom or modern characters were wearing Rachel Comey boots or Wray dresses, which is definitely a crossover from my closet.

Fish deer bass duck Fishing shirt, hoodie, sweater, longsleeve and ladies t-shirt

Classic Men’s
Classic Men’s
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Classic Ladies

As a plus-size person Fish deer bass duck Fishing shirt, it almost felt like Easter eggs to see you wearing things that I either could own or had hanging in my closet. A hundred percent. It used to be that like almost nothing I wore was off the Besides,I will do this rack, and in these last couple years the majority of the pieces I wore could be off the rack. In the last few years, especially after Shrill, you’ve become a plus-size icon. Is that a responsibility you feel, and if so how do you handle that added expectation, especially when there are so few plus-size celebrities for people to look up too? I feel like growing up, I was so conscious of Rosie O’Donnell and Queen Latifah. They were such touchstones for me. So I do think there’s pressure there, and it’s a little scary—I don’t want to hurt anyone, and I know how painful it can be. I try to be as conscious as I can, but I also try to give myself the freedom to do what’s right for me too.


  1. Paula Johnson

    The shirt looks exactly like the picture. It is true to size(I got a 2XL to be oversized and it goes to around mid thigh)and the material is thick and seems durable. It did not shrink(or at least not noticeable) after washing.


    So happy with the cut of this shirt. A versatile shirt I can use anytime of the year. Classic, simple shirt with a twist. Love this shirt. Fast delivery!

  3. Michael Green

    quality excellent perfect fit

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