Do you expect everyone to go round in body-con dresses all the time? They emphasise every lump and bump, not just the good ones. I also find that dresses that go straight up and down make me look bigger, as they go down from my boobs to my hips, both of which are quite big, without showing my waist, wheras dresses that go in under the boob show that I actually have a waist.
Girls, why on earth do you wear watch
- 04-08-2009 06:12
- 04-08-2009 14:03
Empire line dresses and tops generally make even the skinniest minnies look fat and/or pregnant. You have to be careful how you wear them to minimise the pregnancy belly look.
(Original post by Maximum Velocity)
- 04-08-2009 17:27
Loving the SIG :d. Although it was made years ago , and has been on various different sites haha.
- 04-08-2009 18:22
Because some girl like these dresses?! People shouldn't be judged on what they choose to wear...for instance...some men wear jeans that fall right under their backside and think its fine to basically walk about in their boxers...I say leave them too it, they like it, that's all that matters!! is it attractive?! not to me...but hay, they aren't wearing it to attract me! Also, women do not solely choose their dress based on what some men will find attractive! Some guys like tight dresses like you describe, others might find them sluttish and prefer the style you hate. It would be boring if we all had the same opinions and wore the same style of clothing...
- 04-08-2009 19:55
Because they want to?
(Original post by GeorgEGNT)
- 04-08-2009 22:06
I never said it was my own material lol, I personally thought it was funny so thought, why not?
- 04-08-2009 23:48
The dresses you described and the picture don't really match up. At first I thought you were talking about empire line dresses, but the picture you posted just looks like a fairly normal shaped dress to me. Or do you describe everything that isn't skin tight lycra as a "maternity overall"
But anyway, empire line dresses are actually very flattering on petite, small chested girls. On larger ones, maybe not so much.
And ditsy is a type of print, not a dress.