Class not Ass

Its graduation season and along with proud graduants filling our streets, facebook pictures and instagram posts are filled with women dresses in ‘formal’ wear.

As a result of this nationwide plague of badly dressed graduation goers I’ve decided to talk a little about ‘Class Verses Ass’.


Now what do I mean by ass? I mean too short, too tight, too low cut, trashy looking outfits that women think are appropriate or attractive. Why do women now think that the more exposed you are the more desirable you are?

Men do not respect you- Remember the concept of leave a little to the imagination? If you expose everything to the world you project yourself as easily attainable and hence men think that they don’t have to work hard to get you. Men do NOT respect women like this and they are hardly ever seen as ‘wifey’ material.

It’s embarrassing- I honestly don’t understand how women who wear such outfits don’t hear the whispers or laughs that accompany such outfits. Do they really think it projects self confidence and self respect? Just because you’re the only one ‘brave’enough to wear it doesn’t make you better than them it makes you worse.

Your obviously don’t see what the rest of the world does-Cellulite, muffin tops, stretch marks, the list continues. When you squeeze yourself into the tiniest possible outfits that expose your every flaw how do you look in the mirror and deem yourself cute? How can you walk out the door with 6 inch heels and half your butt outside and not think twice? 

It’s not event appropriate– The definition of black tie is; A dress code for evening events and social functions. For men, the elements of black tie are a suit, of black or midnight blue wool, a white dress shirt, a black bow tie, an evening waistcoat or cummerbund, and black dress shoes. Women’s dress for black tie occasions is traditionally dinner (ankle) or tea (below mid-calf) length sleeveless evening, often accompanied by a wrap or stole, gloves, and evening shoes. 
So how did we go from this to barely-there cocktail dresses? And persons who host black tie events shame on you for not rebuking guests that obviously did not stick to the dress code.

It’s not age appropriate-  Now I know that everyone wants to be forever young but a line has to be drawn at a certain point. Grown women wearing what appear to be their daughters clothing. Whatever happened to dressing your age? Women need to open their eyes and see that you can dress appropriately and still look phenomenal.  


So what are your thoughts on the topic? I’d love to hear your thoughts and comments be sure to like and share.
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