Avoiding the Gap in Back of Jeans

Q. I’ve got the back gap problem. Whenever I sit down or bend over wearing my low-rise or mid-rise jeans they gap in the back. Since I don’t own a wardrobe consisting of all long tops what can I do so I’m not exposing more than I want?

- Butt Bashful

hip-TA. I’ve actually donated sweaters and tops to my favorite consignment while spending more money in search of longer length tops since, like you, I’m not a fan of showing it all off. Tired of layering on tissue thin tanks and spending more money, there is a simple solution. Two women, Christine and Kelly, came up with the bright idea of taking various fabrics to match a woman’s wardrobe and created a pull on “cover” for the back gap problem. Check it out at myhip-t.com.


  1. Anonymous
    Jan 03, 2008 @ 12:54:27

    Wow! what a great invention !!! Thanks Alison and thank you Butt Bashful for asking it !!!


  2. dalma
    Jan 04, 2008 @ 14:39:43

    or, you could take your pants to a tailor and have them take the waist in. jeans can be tailored, too.


  3. Anonymous
    Jan 04, 2008 @ 18:49:38

    How do you keep it from riding up and bunching around your waist?


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