Why Did You Wear That: F*ck It. We’re Done with Pants.
Celebrities just can’t seem to keep their pants on and this time it doesn’t involve hacked photos, the iCloud, or Miley Cyrus. This past week alone, a slew of celebrities have forgone covering up their bits and pieces by wearing barely there ensembles leaving very little to the imagination. From Miranda Kerr to Cara Delevigne, sheer panels gave us peeks at their toned thighs, tummies, and places Pilates pays off. Even North West got in on the action while accompanying mom, Kim, to the Givenchy show in Paris. Why shouldn’t a toddler have a custom creation when sitting front row at Paris Fashion Week? Step your game up Gymboree. This nearly nude trend is nothing new though, as we saw here on Erin Fetherston two Octobers ago.
But before you figure me for head conductor of the Hater Express, let us take a moment to recall when I wore this For Love & Lemons dress sans pants last winter. Brrr. While, part of me fears for humanity’s eyesight as we all know that once something is worn by a Kardashian, it’s basically considered mainstream and one can expect to see it in every mall in America, there are some upsides to this trend. One such silver lining is an opportunity to showcase those Barry’s Bootcamp legs you shelled out $30 a pop for. Another, of course, is good ventilation, which we all know aids in the prevention of the epidemic known as thigh chafing. Lastly, pants are just a hassle anyway. The first thing I do when I get home is remove them, so let’s just cut out the middle man and stop wearing pants all together. F*ck it.
1. Free People Romance in the Air Slip, 2. Assali Chloe Dress, 3. Maje Gabriela Lace Maxi Dress, 4. Mason by Michelle Mason Lace Gown, 5. Assali Loggia Dress, 6. Nightcap Clothing Dixie Lace Cutout Maxi Dress, 7. Nookie Wink Maxi Dress, 8. Lisa Maree London Fiction Dress, 9. Alessandra Rich Satin Trimmed Metallic Lace Gown, 10.Line & Dot Depp Lace Midi Dress