Comment on Why Dressing Up Is Not a Crime of Fashion by Jamie.
Oh my God, thank you for this article. I don’t wear make-up (I have dance first period everyday), but I usually wear a skirt and a pair of thick stockings to school with whichever top I feel like, and probably with a pair of high-lace boots (which, hello, hidden zipper) or heels and everyone’s always like, “Got a hot date?” or “Are you really wearing that in the winter?” and I’m like, “Honestly I think my wool tights are warmer than your ripped skinny jeans, but okay.”
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I think I’d have to do B– but only if allowed Hollywood tape!
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I’m going to say B, because at least I could just tell people I felt sick and was wearing my pajamas.
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If in the summer boys can walk around with their tops off than I should be able to walk around in my bra. I personally wouldn’t wear this, but I would never judge anyone for it. (Maybe a little for that weird v shape.)
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(Showing skin is the wearers choice and the motivation can be entirely their personal preference and have nothing to do with making boys like them.)
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I know this artist and I can tell you 100% that she is doing this for the message– whether American Apparel is is definitely up for debate– as many of her most famous photographs include women’s natural bodies in a way that isn’t for shock value. Ex. Unsexualized underwear shots of girls with pubic hair peeking out rather than a pristinely waxed bikini line.