I would not wear this even in the privacy of my own home. It's like duct tape covering the ta tas. Heather
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I'd probably wear it to a convention or appropriate party. But the level of appropriate convention/party/rave wear is SIGNIFICANTLY different than what I'd wear in real life. Costuming has a lot more leeway than "normal life", so I tend to view things through a much different scope than the average dresser.I personally have no issues with extremely low-cut tops. I don't have overly large ta-tas so I feel like it's a little easier to get away with it. Now to actually comment on the outfit - that's basically two straps of fabric. I think it'd benefit from maybe a middle strap somewhere in there for a wee bit more coverage. And maybe some penciled in eyebrows.
With a black, long-sleeved shirt under it, perhaps. The draped silver stuff looks intriguing but it's also a problem, it looks like it would seriously limit arm movement at least on one side!
No way! My girls are way too big to fit under those teensie straps! Add pleated-front pants on me = yuck!
Um, no. What little boobs I do have would be all over the place. Nope.
If I looked like that, I would wear it everywhere. I would only have that in my wardrobe and burn the rest of my clothes. IF I looked like that. But I don't, so I would never ever wear that in public.xo,Tracy
After a double mastectomy, perhaps.
Ha to Ashley's comment (I wish that was my problem!) I honestly wouldn't wear this in public because I think less is more and this is displaying all the goods!
Can I add some, no, a lot of tape in the middle to form a tube top?? Then maybe I'd leave the house in this.
I don't think so!! :)♡ from © tanvii.com
I'd have to wear something under it to keep my boobs in check (lol), but yeah, I'd wear it.
You'd never catch me in this! It's a bit too risky for my taste :)
Yikes. No way baby. That poor model looks like she needs a cheeseburger and a nap. STAT.
I think if you had a bandeau on under it might be okay...maybe...xoxo ~ Courtneyhttp://sartorialsidelines.com
I would wear it if I ever became a stripper from outer space.Really, where in the real world could this type of outfit seem appropriate?
This is too risky! Fun for a fashion show though.
I would.With a crisp white button down underneath :)oh maybe i'd wear it if I were a stripper (id wear it on the job)
No, but I do love the greys, & what looks of metal... monochromatic theme. Definitely needs a bit more cloth, or perhaps we could use that draped piece that they made a sash! :)
nope, bit if i had an awesome body, who know what i'd wear? what are you wearing for halloween?
I think it would be great if you starred in a sci-fi movie (something with the word "inter-galactic" in it) , but that's about it! I could never wear anything like that, boobies all over the place... And I have to say to Tracy that the lady in the pic looks good in it because she is as flat as an ironing-board - we don't want that, do we?? Maybe lady Gaga can save the day?
No, I don't think I'd ever wear this. Its just not really my style, looking like Tank Girl and whatnot...
I'm a maybe on wearing that dress IRL - let's just say I don't have the "support" I'd need.THANKS FOR THE COMMENTS YESTERDAY! You made my day!! I just read the story Miranda July wrote for the New Yorker, and as a product of the occasional shoplifting thrill and a young lady entering so-called-adulthood, I completely related to the story. MJ is one of my all-time favorite writers/artists/filmmakers. Are you familiar with any of her other work? What do you think?
Elle, I'm still undecided about my Halloween costume. I tried out a fun cupcake costume on the blog a little while ago, but that's not my final choice.