The ’90s brought us the blessed thong, which eradicated our panty lines forever. But then low-rise, skinny jeans became a thing and the combination of the two make a very unhappy marriage. Gravity makes the thong rise while skinny jeans descend creating the perfect environment for thong slips to occur. Miranda Kerr experienced this first hand while running errands with baby Flynn in NYC last week. At least she was wearing a cute lavender thong — Victoria’s Secret, naturally. No doubt I would have been wearing my ripped ones from Target if someone photographed my butt. Keep on clicking for more celebrity thong slips. [Photo: Splash]
Celebs, they’re just like us! Their heels break, their pants are too tight, their stockings run, and they get visible panty lines. Luckily, these easy fixes for all those wardrobe malfunctions and more should work just as well for the rich and famous as they do for commoners like us. Click on to see how to solve their clothing mishaps and yours!
I understand that wardrobe malfunctions are a part of life. I accept the fact that buttons pop off and pants rip and blouses become suddenly see-through in certain lights. But that doesn’t make it any easier when it actually happens, for example, this weekend when I was walking around town and realized that my skirt was tucked into my underwear–and had been for an indeterminable amount of time. My mom has me beat, though. A few months ago she was on stage at a conference, being introduced to give a keynote address… Keep reading »
Last year, I compiled a list of when you should embarrass a woman on the street. My thinking behind the list was basically “do unto others as you would have them do unto you.” So, if my skirt were tucked into my panties, I’d want someone to tell me. Yesterday, I tried to indulge in some good karma when I saw this woman wearing a see-through dress that exposed her thong and butt for everyone to see, but it didn’t go as I would have expected. Keep reading »
Tennis star Venus Williams also considers herself a fashion pro (she even has her own sportswear line, EleVen), but apparently fans were not feeling her choice of flesh-colored panties for the Australian Open this weekend. According to Twitter, she explained: “I am wearing undershorts the same color as my skin, so it gives the slits in my dress the full effect!” Uh, full moon effect? Personally, we think it’s kind of hilarious to imagine the stodgy crowd in the bleachers being so shocked by the whole thing, heh. [NY Daily News] Keep reading »