Hello again, YLFers! I've been commenting here or there on other people's posts, but it's been a while since I started a thread myself.

Ok, here's my problem that I've been aware of for at least a year now but haven't really figured out why or how to avoid... shirts riding backwards! My shirts seem to slide towards the back and if the neckline is high enough end up choking me. I'm constantly having to pull my shirts back towards the front.

I feel like I've mainly noticed this issue with shirts I wear to work in polyester, rayon, or nylon type of materials, especially in sort of loose fitting flowy shirts like the one below.

Also included a picture of myself for those who aren't familiar. I think I'm an hourglass with broad shoulders? Shoulders are my biggest measurement followed by hips then bust (bust is also not small). Wondering how I can avoid being choked by my clothes. Thanks!

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