I have something really deep to discuss. I know this is a topic that has been discussed at nauseam. I was hoping that higher waist lines were going to catch on this fall. So why are we still seeing underwear or the lack thereof? There is a line that runs from the very small of one’s back to the area where the sun doesn’t shine. A line that should NEVER be crossed. I know I am not alone when I say, I am just NOT interested in looking at cracks of women’s butts every day. I’m not old, I’m not unfashionable and I’m not a prude. I just want to enjoy my dinner without losing my appetite. Don’t get me wrong, I can appreciate a beautiful posterior just as much as the next person, but I am all about presentation.
Nor do I want to see your whale tail. You know, the effect that happens when a woman’s thong underwear becomes exposed as she walks, bends over, squats or sits? It’s just gross and offensive. When did this become fashionable? More importantlyâ€¦why?
This movement was propelled in part by Hollywood and in part by bad taste. Am I the only one who remembers laughing uproariously with my high school girlfriends at the sight of a plumber’s rear end? The sad truth is it’s not just 21 year-olds embracing this look. There are plenty of middle-aged women attempting to dress like today’s teens.
Personally, I find visible thongs tacky, especially when they are blatantly yanked up, grazing the edge of the last rib or worseâ€¦exposing a tattoo. But what really gets me is that even our nether regions have turned into yet one more form of advertising.
Here are a few don’ts when wearing low-rise clothing:
â€¢ Don’t wear granny panties with low-rise pants.
â€¢ Don’t wear your thong like an accessory. Nobody wants to see it.
â€¢ Don’t wear a short top with your low-rise pants.
â€¢ Please make sure you invest in low-rise undergarments.
Here are some we like:
Remember, just say no to crack.