It happens to the best of us: we throw on a hot dress only to realize later there is no way to sit down without flashing everyone in the room, or maybe we’re so excited to wear our favorite sweater that we forget to put on pants. On that note, here are this week’s top “Don’t Show-cha Your Chocha” moments from red carpets, award stages, and online stores. Click through to check ‘em out, and remember, if you spot a DSYC example, send it to firstname.lastname@example.org!
A little over a week ago, we introduced a new feature, Don’t Show-cha Your Chocha, in which we document egregious examples of companies trying to sell shirts as dresses, or celebrities forgoing pants, or, well, you get the picture. This week we have some awesome reader submissions to add to the mix. Remember, if you’re shopping online or checking out celebrity photos and spot a Don’t Show-cha Your Chocha moment, send the link to email@example.com and we’ll feature it in a post. Stay vigilant. Wear pants when necessary. And click through for this week’s roundup of awkward crossed legs and thigh clenching…
Kelly Osbourne has a bone to pick with some ladies’ style. The “Dancing With The Stars” contestant was reportedly overheard saying at Teen Vogue‘s Young Hollywood party, “that she was ‘shocked’ at how short the skirts of female partygoers were since they were all so young.” We’re not sure when Miss Osbourne became such a prude, but obviously short skirts make her peeved. [NY Post]
Jealousy? Perhaps. But maybe just a natural reaction. How many times do you walk down the street, check out another woman’s outfit and think, Why? Whyyyy? Why, oh lord in heaven, would you ever wear that? What fashion choices piss you off? A few from us, after the jump. Keep reading »
About 100 high school students in the U.K. used Facebook to stage a walkout from class Friday after the headmaster threatened a ban on skirts due to ever-shortening hemlines.
“Since half-term, the skirts have got ridiculously short,” headmaster Jane Holland wrote in a letter to the governors of Upton-by-Chester High School in Chester. “The skirts are too revealing especially on staircases. It’s not appropriate for the time and the place.” Keep reading »