This article is discriminatory against thin, pretty women. Andrew darling, I just had to read through this whole article when it has no significance to my life. The quality of your articles is slowly going downhill. And eventually marry a guy who is rich Can you write more articles that are relevant? Lol, discriminatory? I'm not entirely sure you understand the meaning of that word. This article is anything but discriminatory.
The girls who intentionally wore too-tight blouses were widely known as whores. With nowhere else to go but up, the chest area is grossly over-emphasized. The lower half is just as awful. The same with the skirts, which are unflatteringly short.
If ever you need proof that sartorial "rules" are make-believe, you need not look any further than the so-called plus size fashion rules of the world. Within these rules, there exist two very conflicting guiding principals. On the one hand, a plus size woman must opt for " unflattering" clothes : Baggy layers, tunic tops, and boot-cut jeans that hide the body and its rolls rather than accentuate them. This rule is rooted in the belief that fat bodies should be concealed — that we as fatties should do everything we can to try to convince the world that we are not fat. On the other hand, there's the idea that plus size women should always opt for body-hugging garments: Things that highlight our waist, suck in our pooch, and somehow prove that we "have curves in all the right places.