I just always have the feeling that this are whoops moments. I know I would never ever wear this outside, but actually I’m not even sure if this is a thing you want to wear. I do love the look with the black lace though..
Although I think these sheer garments are lovely in themselves, I think they look far more pleasing for the right reasons when the undergarments are something like a small black skirt beneath, and a tight black crop top, rather than just underwear. Its a little more modest and classy that way.
As lovely as THESE women are, sheer always makes me think of an uncomfortable encounter with my cousin and his wife: she was wearing a completely sheer skirt, and it didn’t look good (she’s short and pudgy, adorable in her own way…) and I couldn’t stop looking. I literally could not take my eyes off the underwear. I kept trying to look away and couldn’t. Finally my cousin remarked “Yes, her skirt is see-through.” I was so embarrassed, and it was so not-pretty, and the whole event was so awkward…I can’t even look at sheer anymore as an option.
And I’m a very unworried person about stuff like that.
Yeah, I just can’t get into this look (as a trend – let alone for myself).
It’s the kind of look that’s “interesting” in an editorial, but in real life, would garner looks of incredulity… except for perhaps the girl in all black; at least her legs are actually covered up, and her leather jacket over the small chest makes the top half look editorial and edgy as opposed to inappropriate.
Only at night…please! I am a guy and men are pretty open about their feelings about females when behind closed doors. I worked with a girl who would wear clothes that were very fitted or sometimes semi-sheer to the office. She was young and she had a fantastic body. No one took her seriously and the guys spoke about her in the lewdest terms imaginable. However, they respected the women who dressed with decorum and restraint. You tell people how to treat you so I would be really careful about this look.
Yeah, I have to agree with LizPR. Nice in photos, but not in real life, with possibly the exception on #1 and #4. #3 just looks inappropriate. I don’t wish to see one’s butt in person – can you imagine yourself in that and giving directions to an old lady? Awkward. Fashion is art but this pushes decency boundaries in public places. We all share public spaces together.