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AIBU you look ok from the front BUT>>>

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Whodoesthis17 · 18/07/2017 17:59

So this is a big no no in my book.
You see this person looking lovely from the front, made up nice outfit, but they turn around and it's like they got dragged out of bed, the bra is on view,, all of it.
Now is this just me or do others of you think WTF.

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AvaCrowder2 · 19/07/2017 00:13

It's ok to wear what you feel comfortable in. My dh was watching baseball yesterday. The men are wearing clothes like my cleaning clothes, but with protective head gear.

It's nicer for you if you don't judge other women, on their clothes.

kali110 · 19/07/2017 00:15

Why do you think people are just trying to shame you?
Can you not believe that people just don't care?
Years ago i would never have worn my bra showing, but now i've realised it doesn't matter!
I'm still the same person.
It means i can now wear my favourite tops and not stress about looking for strapless backless bras!

AvaCrowder2 · 19/07/2017 00:16

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I bloody well would. I've had to wear brassiriere my dear. But I love clothes, so why should I not wear the clothes I love?

indigox · 19/07/2017 00:19

Why do you feel the need to put women down? Is there a reason you're so judgemental?

Persemillion · 19/07/2017 00:21




Lynnm63 · 19/07/2017 00:23

Personally I wouldn't wear a halter neck with the back of my bra showing because I would feel uncomfortable. I don't care what other people wear apart from my dc. I feel able to tell them particularly if they're going out with me.
I have 13 yr old twins if my ds told me to go and change because he could see my bra I'd be tempted to either remove the bra or the top and to tell him that my tits are my business not his. Having said that I doubt my ds would notice, it took several days for him to notice my hair had changed colour!

GardenGeek · 19/07/2017 00:23

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WanderingTrolley1 · 19/07/2017 00:33

Maybe they don't give a crap what others might think. More power to them!

squishysquirmy · 19/07/2017 00:36

Its a warm night Gardengeek

(nip on).

dinahmorris · 19/07/2017 00:36

OP, the whole point of 'live and let live' it that although I might not make the same choices I respect the right of others to make whatever choice they deem fit. I don't understand why you think 'live and let live' is incompatible with 'I wouldn't make that choice'. Surely the whole point it choice?

As an aside, when the fuck will we stop judging what women wear?!

garden, I though nip-on was something to do with ant pest control?!

Gingernaut · 19/07/2017 00:38

Did you mean nipple, GardenGeek?

kali110 · 19/07/2017 00:43

If you want to wear a bra, do it.
If not don't.
I coukdn't go out without one, so i mine is always showing!
I do have a couple of stick on bras though!

GardenGeek · 19/07/2017 00:43

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HorridHenryrule · 19/07/2017 00:57

I hate bra's and feel sorry for those who has to put up with them. I didn't get my first bra until I was 21 they are not massive and sometimes I go out bra-less.

yourerubberimglue · 19/07/2017 01:37

I think it's okay to do this because who gives a shit what you think?
My bra, my back, my life

yourerubberimglue · 19/07/2017 01:39

And by not giving a shit what people think ... maybe I respect myself more

yourerubberimglue · 19/07/2017 01:45

Although tbh I tend to not bother with a bra and let my nips point free

ThinkOfTheHorses · 19/07/2017 01:50

And tbh no I wouldn't be happy with my mum going out like that ... because I don't want to see my mums bloody underwear ... anyone else I couldn't care less

NoMoreDecorating · 19/07/2017 02:05

Never judged being able to see someone's bra but I am sure as hell judging your awful spelling and grammar. However, since you are so judgemental and bitchy yourself I'm sure you understand Smile

nooka · 19/07/2017 02:12

My mum doesn't wear bras so the situation would never arise. I would also never make derogatory remarks about how she looks as that would be very rude. Plus surely it's a mothers prerogative to comment on their children and not the other way around? That's definitely the way my mum sees it Grin

Cailleach666 · 19/07/2017 06:36

Ah yes the 80s OP. the decade of ultimate fashion. Ra ra skirts, architectural shoulders, days in the sun for those if us with style.

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Whodoesthis17 · 19/07/2017 06:52

So your photo is you being funny, but it's also you judging the outfits, because you know you would never wear it, do you think they were in bad taste?

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Cailleach666 · 19/07/2017 06:57

They were of their time OP. And I did wear outfits like that. And they were certainly never in "bad taste"

I am responding to your idea that clothes were smart and people had style in the 80s.

Whodoesthis17 · 19/07/2017 07:57

I have to ask, you wore the jacket and hat to go shopping in town?

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