I’d like to think that this dress is meant to be worn over the top of something else – something other than a bra and thong, as shown here, I mean. Yes, I’d like to think that, but the thing is: that’s not really what this picture suggests, is it? Because this model is wearing it with nothing but a bra and thong (oh, and shoes. Let’s not forget the shoes.), and I’m sure no one needs The Fashion Police to point out that this, my friends, is a crime of fashion.
And I know what you’re thinking. You’re all, "But surely this is a specialist kind of dress! One that’s meant to be worn only in the bedroom, where fashion doesn’t matter!" You’d think that, wouldn’t you? But it’s being sold by a label that doesn’t normally make that kind of stuff, on a website that doesn’t usually sell that kind of stuff so… oh, who knows. All I can say is: see through dress = crime of fashion. Unless, of course, you’re wearing it in private, in which case, go for your life. (But if you’d seriously pay £200/$400 for a little wisp of material like this, well, you obviously have a lot more money than me…)