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    Quote Originally Posted by SAgirl View Post
    I must be WAAAYYYY out of touch with fashion! Haha I'm not even old! Haha
    Lol. I'm just over a year younger and I'm going ?!?

    I think it's inappropriate Op.

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    Not my cup of tea lol.

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    Default Am I a prude or is this just inappropriate??

    Haha ok cool so I'm not going mad then!

    I was tempted to complain but I don't go there often enough to care.

    I guess DH and I are always discussing the way the 'younger generation' dress... The outfits that look more like Lingerie than clothes

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    Yep the fashion sure does

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    I think it's inappropriate. I understand that current fashion trends tend to like the whole "I'm wearing something that a person 50kg heavier than me could comfortably fit into," thing, but it's not professional when you're working with the public.

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    I think it's inappropriate from a professional point of veiw. I like some of those loose off-the-shoulder tops but I would never wear them to work no matter where I worked (but then I wouldnt work anywhere that required that dress). Seems odd that management let that one slide.

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    Default Am I a prude or is this just inappropriate??

    In general I have nothing against an off the shoulder baggy top but when it's exposing your whole breast (and bra) in a coffee shop where families go, that's what I find inappropriate...

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    Default Am I a prude or is this just inappropriate??

    Definitely a bit weird and not appropriate at work. But I wouldn't be offended or complain to management, it wouldn't bother me that much.

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    Are you sure it was a bra bra, and not one of the bralette tops that are the in thing at hte moment?

    Sometimes they can look simular unless your looking up close. A few of the young girls in our fashion store wear this kind of thing all the time, often they bralette tops are a pretty floral pattern so its a bit more obvious then just a plain black lacy bralette.

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    But stick a baby on the boob and watch the public explode~!

    No really sounds quite inappropriate for work, I'd be put off.

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