T-shirts are all well and good when you're slim - a snuggish T
off a broad upper body and a tapered waist nicely.
Sadly, however, I have neither of these attributes, thanks to the
concerted effort of Cook. I am rapidly approaching the point
my midriff is my widest part.
solution to this problem, of course, is to wear looser T-shirts.
As long as the midriff is not *too* expansive, the loose T hangs
the upper body, and nobody can tell whether it conceals a slim,
toned six-pack with room to spare, or a developing midriff which
almost grazes the inside of the shirt.
However, I am planning ahead for that point where my middle is
wider than my chest. When this happens, even the loosest T-shirt
of no use, as it will inevitably bulge around the navel area.
It would be easy to assume that the problem lies in the midriff
too large, but all things are relative. The problem can also be
as one of having a chest narrower than the midriff.
Chest-narrower-than- midriff-woes begone!! MaxWair is
proud to introduce the T-shirt Slimming Hoop.
Rather than trying to constrain the midriff (like a corset), the T-
Slimming Hoop works on a higher plane. It consists of a broad,
ovalish springy hoop of lightweight plastic, with a carefully
curved cross-section. A gap in the hoop allows it to be sprung
for easy fitting.
Simply slip the T-shirt Slimming Hoop around your chest, put on a
loose-fitting T-shirt, adjust the Hoop for position and - testiculae
- you are done! The Hoop will spring out to support your T-shirt,
giving the impression of a wide upper-body adorned with the
relevant muscles or other items (gender-specific models are
available). In comparison, even the most generous midriff will be
concealed comfortably by the drape of the T-shirt from the hoop,
restoring you to an apparent 5:3:4 ratio of chest:waist:hips.