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Old 10-24-2013, 08:46 PM
Location: Oakland, CA
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In general i think people should wear what they want, but I saw a young woman in the worst outfit ever. I thought it was actually shape wear and not a dress. My jaw dropped.

The dress fit like one of those slips wear you bring your own bra to the top. With sheer panels around the torso. And it ended a couple of inches below her butt.

This is something only suitable for the bedroom. And not shopping at the store.

What terrible outfits have you seen?

I am on my phone, please forgive the typos.
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Old 10-24-2013, 09:09 PM
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A pink sequined tank top, tiny white short-shorts, and nude 5 inch platform pumps, all on a very shapely, attractive blond that would have been beautiful had she not been sparkling like a disco ball and popping out of her shorts while tottering around the mall on her giant shoes.
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Old 10-24-2013, 10:00 PM
Location: Maryland
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Sounds like the hookers are out :P
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Old 10-25-2013, 09:28 AM
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My favorite for people watching and seeing severe spandex abuse are at amusement parks. People of all ages wearing clothing three sizes too small. I think the worst are obese people wearing spandex ALL OVER. Seriously causes corneal bleeding.
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Old 10-25-2013, 09:34 AM
Location: Pa
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I can't stand when these chisel anorexia ladies wear what their teenagers are wearing. Hollister is for the young ladies and smoking is not considered food.
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Old 10-25-2013, 09:41 AM
Status: "When is MY time?" (set 4 days ago)
Location: in the miseries
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See through spandex anywhere at all.
Older people wearing teenie bopper clothes.
And my personal objection is all the belly fat hanging
out. How is that fashionable! UGH>
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Old 10-25-2013, 12:13 PM
Location: Central Maine
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When my wife and I were going to a hospital to visit a sick friend something to my left in the parking lot caught the corner of my eye and I happened to look. It was a late teen/early 20s woman putting her toddler into a car seat. She was slightly bent over and I THINK she was wearing low rise/hip-hugger jeans. She also had on a "belly shirt" I think they call them. She had a severe "muffin top" and at least 4 inches of "bum crack" showing. She must have felt the draft. I broguht it to the attention of my wife who said "I can't believe she went into the hospital like that".
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Old 10-25-2013, 03:58 PM
Location: Southwest Washington State
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The worst outfit I have seen lately was the short portly guy at the gym togged out in baggy shorts--too long--a tee of some sort and a plaid shirt/jacket. I also believe he had on cross trainers and longish sock. He really did look awful.

I really hate those baggy shorts on guys with short legs, but I admit I hate them on almost every man who wears them.
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Old 10-25-2013, 10:38 PM
Location: Tucson for awhile longer
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Boots with short-shorts. I see it all the time in Arizona. Even Uggs. Pajama bottoms worn in public is another thing I see around the 'burbs that I think is absurd.
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Old 10-26-2013, 07:04 PM
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Today a young girl at a hockey game had a hoodie on. Her shorts were so short it looked like she had none on. You know, I assume she had some on. The look was "no pants" or "I forgot my pants". I guess not bad, just looked odd.

I too saw someone with a very tight spaghetti strap shirt on, and she had about 3 inches of belly fat hang over that was over her pants, really hanging down over her belt, too, it was quite gross. You could probably lift it up a few inches before you could see her pants button. Just gross.

One severely obese woman in tiny little shorts with about a two inch inseam. Squatting down. Not exaggerating, her entire butt crack was out. She might as well have had nothing on her bottom half. How could she not know?

I know the big thing on this forum is "don't judge what others wear, who are you to care" but if you are showing a lot of your body such as your anus, I think it garners a little commenting. I don't want to see your butt crack, especially all of it thank you. That sort of thing doesn't belong in public.

I love in AZ too, the boots, esp big furries with short shorts, yeah ugh what is with that. PJ bottoms annoy me, but yeah doesn't hurt anything so I don't really care but I'd never do it myself. Even if I'm sick and just running to the corner store for meds I do always make a point to force myself into some real pants, anyway.
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