Y'all know I'm a Sartorialist afficionado. This man finds fashion on the street and shares it with the world. Usually his eye is uncanny, but here's a photo that describes just why I am beginning to hate low rise pants on women.
The woman in the above pix is beautiful in a healthy, American way. She has a great figure, I'm sure. I can't really tell, being fixated on the bulge created above her low rise jeans. The outfit creates and accentuates flaws that would normally remain hidden by a more flattering waistline.
This woman is also unkindly served by lo rise.
As is this woman. Does she know what has happened?
Is she doing it on purpose?
Does she really care?
She should. These young women have placed themselves in the same category as tradesmen who have been the BUTT of jokes for years.
Know who helped to start the trend? Hahahahahahah!
I hate to burst your bubble, but most of you low rise afficionados don't look like these women.
You probably look like this young lady, a normal sized woman who has created unsightly bulges.
And if this tight, ill-fitting outfit is a fine look for you, well, dahlings, there's nothing more to be said.
So what look DO I like? I'm a conservative gal, so I like classic cut, fit, and style.
Oh, you want to know what I like in pants. Here goes. Jennifer Anniston wears two kinds in this set of photos. I like both looks.