With my job I am unable to wear my shirt around town. However, I could wear it if the website name was on the back and I could 'hide' it with my hair or the way I stand when I am talking to certain customers. What is your opinion?
I haven't ordered the shirt. I'm not comfortable wearing it at all. I could wear it around the house or to sleep in, but I've been known to step outside to get the paper in my sleepwear or into the backyard. There is just no one except for my husband who I would want to see me wearing that shirt. It wouldn't help if the words were on the back.
I am fine with it being on the front. I can understand why you would want it on the back though with your job restrictions and all. I have the shirt, but I am unsure how often I will wear it out because in all honestly, I don't really think the shirt is that nice... I have no problem with it being sexual, but the "I like things that go vroom" is a little lame to me.. I would have preferred that they used a different caption. (just my opinion of course).. I'd probably wear it to the convenience store, but not to the mall or anything.. then again, I don't really wear t-shirts of that style if I go places. I prefer ruffles,sequins,etc lol
i'm not much of a t shirt wearing gal (i prefer dresses) so if i did get it, it would probably something that i would sleep in or clean with. and i can completely understand why it wouldn't be appropriate in a public setting.
Having the name be on the front or on the back doesn't really make a difference to me and my willingness to wear it. I also have super short hair, so I wouldn't be able to cover it with that anyway lol. I think it'd be neat to have the option to have the logo in the front or in the back, but for me it doesn't matter one way or the other.
I wear mine out in public, although I have job restrictions I just can't wear it to work at all, but I did wear mine out the day I got it, and probably will wear it many more times!!!
I'm not too shy, though, when it comes to what I wear or how I dress in public, and I actually liked having people ask me about it when I wore it to the store, because when I find something (like EF) that I love, I want to share it with others