The first time I thought that I had just spotted a girl with a serious wardrobe malfunction, but after the fifth or sixth time I think it might be a trend. Leggings worn with a top that only reaches to the waist so that the shape of the bottom is clearly visible is a bit tacky, combined with flat or no heel shoes I do not like, but the really nasty bit is when the leggings are so thin that the girls pants are clearly visible through the material. It just looks as though the girl is wearing tights and has forgotten to put on her skirt.
My daughter assures me that the fault lies with Primark, in their efforts to keep prices lower than ever they are now marketing leggings that are actually thinner and more see through than a lot of tights. There are situations where I might quite enjoy seeing a girl in her underwear, but not walking down Sidcup High Street at ten in the morning!
Three questions come to mind
- Do these people have mirrors?
- What are their parents doing letting them go out dressed like that? (they have all bee teenage girls so far)
- How cheap and nasty does something have to be before no one will buy it?