So, you thought the corset t-shirt was bad, did you?

Bra_tshirt Remember the Dorothy Perkins “bustier” t-shirt? The one you all really, really hated?

Well, it gets worse.

Fashion Force, meet the “bra t-shirt” – providing you with the perfect opportunity to look like you’re wandering around in your underwear. Which is a classy thing to do, to be sure.

It’s based on exactly the same principles as the corset version, but somehow we think this one is an even greater crime, which is why we decided to show it to you anyway. If you don’t agree, and think this would be the perfect outfit for… something… you can pick one up for just £12 at Dorothy Perkins.

6 Comments

  • July 7, 2008

    Hannah

    You know what really grosses me out? Is that the site is showing sizes 16-22 as low on stock…

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  • July 7, 2008

    Hannah

    You know what really grosses me out? Is that the site is showing sizes 16-22 as low on stock…

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  • July 7, 2008

    Eva

    Ah – a size fascist.
    You don’t even have to be fat to have a size 16 or 18 bottom, you just need broad hips. I’m on the fat side now, but even when I was close to medically underweight in the late 80s I had size 16 hips.

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  • July 7, 2008

    Amanda

    If this were around in 1998, I think we would have seen it on Carrie Bradshaw. And then we’d have seen it everywhere. So at least we can be thankful it’s not 1998.

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  • July 7, 2008

    Hannah

    Hunny, I’m not any type of fascist… I think some size 16+ women are very sexy – Marilyn Monroe wasn’t exactly a stick. However, I do disagree to seeing women that size wearing a t-shirt that pronounces their disregard for fashion because of its limitations. And I know what you mean… I’m a size 10 on top but have what is regarded as size 14 hips.

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  • February 19, 2010

    Juggalette

    Haha!This is by far the funniest shirt I’ve ever seen!

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