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Discomfort for Fashion

This poll is aimed at women to see what level of discomfort and impracticality they will endure with their clothes. In earlier days there was much more focus on clothes the wearer couldn't take off herself and/or restricted her in all sorts of ways, because all that showed she could afford help for everything. Nowadays fashion is mostly a lot more practical, but especially women still make sacrifices for their appearance.

This poll is about the regular wardrobe, so don't include wedding attire, dress-up costumes, etc. Also exclude things like rain or work gear, unless they are worn specifically as a fashion statement.
Men are allowed to answer, but most will find the questions not applicable to them.

What is your gender?

17% (21) Male
80% (99) Female
2% (3) Other:

123 voters have answered this question.

What is your age?

0% (1) < 10
15% (19) 11-15
25% (31) 16-20
19% (24) 21-25
10% (13) 26-30
13% (16) 31-35
4% (6) 36-40
5% (7) 41-50
2% (3) 51-60
2% (3) 61+

123 voters have answered this question.

What country do you live in?

38% (47) USA
0% (0) Canada
0% (1) Australia
2% (3) Japan
17% (22) UK
14% (18) Germany
5% (7) France
2% (3) Netherlands
17% (22) Other:

123 voters have answered this question.

Do you wear foundation garments, like corsets or girdles? (don't count bra's)

18% (23) No, and never have
0% (0) No, but I used to
7% (9) No, but I want to
3% (4) Yes, for medical reasons
4% (5) Yes, but only for special occasions
14% (18) Yes, sometimes
17% (21) Yes, regularly
34% (43) Yes, all the time

123 voters have answered this question.

If yes, what kind of foundation garments?

73% (69) Corset / Basque / Torsolette
23% (22) Wide belt used for waist cinching
26% (25) Corselet
34% (32) Girdle
42% (40) Control briefs / pantyhose
23% (22) Neck corset
35% (33) Compression / Support stockings
13% (13) Other:

94 voters have answered this question.

If yes, describe the foundation garment(s) and how they restrict you:

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42 voters have answered this question.

Do you wear clothes that restrict the movement of your arms?
For instance by the sleeves being so tight that you can't fully bend your elbows or lift your arms high, a construction where the upper arms are kept close to the body, or tight gloves.

35% (44) No, and never have
1% (2) No, but I used to
8% (10) No, but I want to
3% (4) Yes, but only for special occasions
6% (8) Yes, but rarely
13% (17) Yes, sometimes
10% (13) Yes, regularly
20% (25) Yes, all the time

123 voters have answered this question.

If yes, what kind of arm-restricting clothes?

32% (24) Blouse / Shirt
50% (38) Dress
26% (20) Jumpsuit
12% (9) Cape
29% (22) Jacket / coat
18% (14) Burqa
40% (30) Tight gloves worn indoors
20% (15) Other:

75 voters have answered this question.

If yes, describe the arm-restricting clothes and how they limit you:

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31 voters have answered this question.

Do you wear clothes that restrict the movement of your legs?
For instance a tight skirt that limits your step size or pants whose legs are tight enough that you can't bend your knees fully.

17% (21) No, and never have
0% (1) No, but I used to
4% (5) No, but I want to
3% (4) Yes, but only for special occasions
8% (11) Yes, but rarely
21% (26) Yes, sometimes
15% (19) Yes, regularly
29% (36) Yes, all the time

123 voters have answered this question.

If yes, what kind of leg-restricting clothes?

62% (63) Pencil / Hobble skirt
42% (43) Dress
14% (15) Jumper (UK: pinafore)
19% (20) Pants
13% (14) Jumpsuit
35% (36) High boots
6% (7) Long coat / cape
25% (26) Leg hobbles
18% (19) Other:

101 voters have answered this question.

Describe the leg-restricting clothes and how they limit you:

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36 voters have answered this question.

Do you wear clothes that limit your vision? Perhaps limiting your field of vision (e.g. a hat with a wide brim), or makes it blurrier (e.g. a veil). Don't count sunglasses.

44% (55) No, and never have
0% (0) No, but I used to
7% (9) No, but I want to
2% (3) Yes, but only for special occasions
5% (7) Yes, but rarely
6% (8) Yes, sometimes
12% (15) Yes, regularly
21% (26) Yes, all the time

123 voters have answered this question.

If yes, what kind of vision-limiting clothes/accessories?

21% (13) Hood(ie) that is part of a jacket/coat/cape/... and worn up regularly
16% (10) Hat
8% (5) Cap
21% (13) Mask
43% (26) Veil
21% (13) Burqa
25% (15) Niqab/Hijab
25% (15) Other:

60 voters have answered this question.

If yes, describe the vision-limiting clothes and how (much) they impede your vision:

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24 voters have answered this question.

Do you wear clothes that you need help with taking off?
For instance with buttons down the back, or if it is too tight to wiggle out unassisted.

25% (31) No, and never have
2% (3) No, but I used to
4% (6) No, but I want to
5% (7) Yes, but only for special occasions
7% (9) Yes, but rarely
10% (13) Yes, sometimes
13% (17) Yes, regularly
30% (37) Yes, all the time

123 voters have answered this question.

If yes, what kind of clothes do you need help with?

79% (69) Dress
21% (19) Jumper (UK: pinafore)
28% (25) Jumpsuit
10% (9) Cape
10% (9) Jacket
37% (33) Blouse
31% (27) Boots
26% (23) Other:

87 voters have answered this question.

If yes, describe the clothes and why you need help with them:

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40 voters have answered this question.

Do you wear clothes that you need to be careful with not to show too much of your body?
For example by showing too much cleavage, side boob, or panties.

41% (51) No, and never have
2% (3) No, but I used to
4% (6) No, but I want to
2% (3) Yes, but only for special occasions
4% (5) Yes, but rarely
17% (22) Yes, sometimes
14% (18) Yes, regularly
12% (15) Yes, all the time

123 voters have answered this question.

If yes, what kind of revealing clothes?

56% (36) Blouse
7% (5) Jacket
84% (54) Micro / mini skirt
71% (46) Dress
10% (7) Jumper (UK: pinafore)
14% (9) Jumpsuit
17% (11) Overalls
6% (4) Other:

64 voters have answered this question.

If yes, describe the revealing clothes and the risk for exposure:

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19 voters have answered this question.

Do you choose clothes to wear that you know are not warm or cool enough for where you'll be (because of the weather or inside conditions)?

22% (28) No, I always choose my clothes to suit the conditions
3% (4) No, but I used to
4% (5) Yes, but only for special occasions
11% (14) Yes, but rarely
21% (27) Yes, sometimes
17% (21) Yes, regularly
19% (24) Yes, all the time

123 voters have answered this question.

The next three questions are about high heels. When giving the height, if you are answering about platforms, please detract the platform height.

What is the maximum heel height of shoes/boots that you own?

21% (27) None - I only have flats, sport shoes etc.
2% (3) 1" = 2.5 cm
6% (8) 2" = 5 cm
8% (11) 3" = 7.5 cm
14% (18) 4" = 10 cm
15% (19) 5" = 12.5 cm
13% (16) 6" = 15 cm or higher
17% (21) Ballet heels

123 voters have answered this question.

What is the average heel height of the shoes/boots that you wear to work / school?

0% (1) None - I go around on bare feet all day
23% (27) None - I only wear flats / sport shoes / work boots / ... there
6% (8) 1" = 2.5 cm
14% (17) 2" = 5 cm
17% (20) 3" = 7.5 cm
11% (13) 4" = 10 cm
14% (17) 5" = 12.5 cm
5% (6) 6" = 15 cm or higher
6% (8) Ballet heels

117 voters have answered this question.

What is the average heel height of the shoes/boots that you wear to go out?

20% (23) None (Really?)
6% (7) 1" = 2.5 cm
7% (9) 2" = 5 cm
14% (16) 3" = 7.5 cm
16% (19) 4" = 10 cm
12% (14) 5" = 12.5 cm
12% (14) 6" = 15 cm or higher
10% (12) Ballet heels

114 voters have answered this question.

Describe other restrictions from clothes you experience, that are not covered by this poll:

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25 voters have answered this question.

This poll was created on 2014-04-23 21:31:00 by carg85
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