I've never been one for going out with skimpy clothes, I do have some skirts and dresses that are above the knees, but they stay unworn in the back of the wardrobe, I wore a very questionable leather peplum to the beach and I felt very uncomfortable, had to pull it down ever time I stood up , and when It was my turn to go get drinks my brothers friend took a look at me and told me to sit down.
I was embarrassed, but I turned a lot of heads, when we switched locations to Waterside I had a guy wait for me outside the toilet since he couldn't approach me in from of the two intimidating men I was with.
He offered to take me out clubbing and I blamed it on the skirt because I was dressed like I belonged in a club.
'Hello, I hate clubbing, sweaty people, drunk people, pervy guys looking to score, Hell No' !!!
Would my opinion be different about revealing clothes If I was a size 10? I think so.
I doubt if I would be able to squeeze my now size 16 body into a crop top, bearing the bulging belly and love handles ewwww no.
Or putting my thunder thighs is chicken fillet shorts, chicken fillet short is what I call extra short shorts as the always leave a bit of booty meat handing out like chicken fillets.
I did buy one a few months ago and I will never wear it past the door of my bedroom, first time I put it on I felt it wasn't bad, but ten minutes later when the denim was sinking into my bum crack, I decided chicken fillet shorts was not for me.
Most people don't know I'm a coded tomboy jeans, t-shirts and male shirts all the way, I feel comfortable in them, and I would never trade them for anything in the world well for now. Maybe when I get rid of the fat and I get the opportunity of having toned cellulite-free thighs and a belly like Queen B I will also feel comfortable wearing all sorts of rubbish labelled clothing's.
I've noticed some ladies who are the same size as I am or larger wearing crop top, bandeau, leggings, shorts. But hey who am I to judge? People can wear whatever the feel comfortable in, just because I would not wear them doesn't mean others should not , but some of them look ridiculous as seen on Instagram, I shall not name and shame, it's not my policy.
I sometimes ask the question, Does dressing indecent make you less of a woman or does it reduce your value as a woman?
I have a friend who loves her skimpy clothes, yet she is happily married with a daughter and a husband who loves and respects her yet they are women who look down on women dressed the way she does struggling to go on dates.
Phaedra Parks calls herself a southern belle and a pastor's daughter yet she wears some outfits she should not be wearing.
Until next time,