Don’t get me wrong, I love the female form. I love the shapes and the cute curves of femininity. I love the way clothes wrap around the body and what I love most of all is when a woman is brave or bold enough to wear whatever she wants.
However, there are some outfits that don’t sit right with me. I’m not against these outfits in any way or form. I suppose, when I think about it, I’m against the reaction that they may cause, but, saying that, women shouldn’t have to worry about the reaction… Should they…? That’s a whole different conversation within itself. So let me go back to where I started!!!
DO try this at home! I can’t imagine wearing any of these outfits in public. Can you? Leave your comments below and share the article with your friends. We want to know what everyone thinks… Go on, I dare you, leave a comment, lol.
And remember, I’m not condemning these outfits. These are all outfits that caught my attention and outfits I would love to have the balls to wear.
I saw this Lacey Rainbow Metallic Cross Back Bodysuit on boohoo for £18 in the festival shop category. It’s quite sexy and the pink boots give contrast. Fair enough, most women would probably wear a skirt, shorts or jeans on top of the bottom half, but my question is… Would you wear this outfit, just like this, in public?
Is it just me, or does everything seem far more provocative these days? I’m starting to think, it’s the not outfit, it’s the way they are promoting the outfit! Every retailer seems to have gone FESTIVAL CRAZY…
For instance, Agent Provocateur the luxury lingerie retailer has a whole festival edit too…
Yikes, can you imagine wearing Agent Provocateur at a festival? Ok, maybe Coachella, but defo not in London right? The Yarolika Playsuit is featured on the festival edit… Again, I ask, would you wear this outfit, just like this, in public?
After seeing this, I thought to myself, ‘I wonder if Ann Summers has a festival edit too?’ Luckily they don’t, but they do have an Ann Summers Fancy Dress section which caught my attention… I do love dressing up and going to events like KoOKyLoCo
Anywhoo, google search ‘Sexy Festival Outfits‘ and see what you get.
I found this Bryoni burnt orange deep v wide sleeve plunge bodysuit on Misspap for only £22. But what I loved most about this, was the fact that Misspap also has pictures of the full festival look… Thanks, Misspap.
I also found this Jacinta Rose Gold Metallic Ribbed Bardot Lond Sleeve Mini Dress (I almost got tongue tied) on InTheStyle Festival Section for £24.99.
I’m never quite sure about these types of dresses… All I think about is the very long (sometimes very drunk) journey home with no coat!
And then, this happened, I stumbled onto this overtly sexy little number on BoutiqueFeel.com – See Through Eyelash Lace Cut Out Mini Dress for £29 and it took my breath away, furthermore, I almost jizzed myself from the image (oops almost forgot that I’m supposed to be a lady)… Surely couldn’t you wear this outfit, just like this, in public?
To be continued…