First it was the see through skirt. Now it would appear that the sheer madness has spread right on over to pants. Celebrities have been seen sporting the look from the red carpet to the courtroom. I’m undecided on the idea as I can see it coming off as quite airy and fun for summer and a great alternative to the maxi skirt, but seeing Lindsay Lohan and Ke$ha trying out the trend makes me want to call the whole thing off.
The side boob isn’t really anything new, but in the past couple of years, it’s been making a pretty strong campaign to be the new sexy skin . Could it be? Side boob the new cleavage? Somehow the side boob is sexy without being slutty. It’s suggestive without being too saucy. Celebrities have been spotted all over town letting their mammaries sneak out the side to catch some fresh air. I’m talking about good girls like Ann Hathaway and Lauren Conrad. I mean, it’s not like I’m using Lindsay Lohan as my moral compass. Even magazines have taken notice of this sneaky sideways trend and April’s covers are smattered with side boob.
This past weekend, I slipped into a new dress that was not exactly brassiere friendly. So, I snapped that baby right off and wore the dress sans support. When I gave myself a gander in the mirror, I wondered, “Is there such a thing as too much side boob?” Well, what could I do but take a quick poll on Twitter?:
Question: is there such a thing as too much side boob?
Uh, Dad, if you’re reading… I absolutely wore a sweater over this. When I arrived at my destination, there were a few more young children than I had anticipated so I did keep my arms mostly glued to my sides so as to avoid any awkward nursing attempts. What did everyone else think of my free flowing friends? The general consensus was positive. Both males and females commented on my peek-a-boo sideshow. Granted, I did get a couple of not so friendly glances from a few women, but I guess that’s to be expected. It seems that the side boob is also less offensive than the over the top push up cleavage of days yore.
So, now I ask you, my lovely WhyDid readers: Is “side boob” the new cleavage? And is there such a thing as too much?
The holidays and weeks leading up to them can really bring out the best in people. More often than not though, it brings out the worst. It seems like some of you completely forget what the season is all about and chuck your manners right out the window. Get it together, people.
Ugly Christmas sweater parties. This is kind of like an 80′s party to me. Why do you want to purposefully look bad when there are so many other fun things you could be wearing? Like sequins?
Speaking of which… SantaCon. You could traumatize a lot of little children. Do you want to live with that kind of guilt?
Jeffrey Campbell Lita boots. I don’t care how you try and spin it. These are ugly. Not to mention likely to result in a sprained ankle. And is looking like a clown on stilts really worth a hairline fracture?
Blue Christmas lights.
The Post Office. In general, but especially during the holiday rush. I have better things to do with the next two hours of my life…. but I’ll wait.
We’ve all had our share of makeup mishaps (um, my neck and face were living two separate lives all through middle school), but sometimes cosmetics gone wild can really foul up a lady’s appearance. While makeup was created to make us look that much more beautiful, in some instances, it can be downright scary. Sadly, even celebrities with the best in the business in their arsenals can have their very own makeup misdemeanors. While some may be only minor… others leave these ladies looking hauntingly similar to some of our very favorite spooky Halloween characters. Pretty sure these photos speak for themselves:
Several brides have recently decked their wedding parties out in white (Kate, Kate, Kim). I’ve been a fan of this look for quite some time, but it seems to be shocking to some, however, this is nothing new in British culture. It is said that traditionally, the bridesmaids and other attendants wore white so as to “confuse” and ward off evil spirits. Alright, well, that’s a little ridiculous, but there’s no denying it– an all white wedding party looks incredibly fresh and chic. So what about your wedding guests?
When the first wedding photos from Kim’s wedding emerged, there was much buzz regarding Lindsay Lohan in a sexy white Jenny Packham gown. I thought to myself, “Go figure. It’s Lindsay Lohan.” Thankfully, it was soon released that said wedding had a “black and white” dress code, so Lindsay wasn’t being her typically sloppy self. Phew! There’s one thing Kim K and I can agree on. I love a good dress code. That’s all we’ve got though. Anyway, what I am really wondering about is whether or not you think wearing white to a wedding other than your own is a major fashion faux pas. Thoughts?