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

    Quote Originally Posted by SAgirl View Post

    I guess DH and I are always discussing the way the 'younger generation' dress... The outfits that look more like Lingerie than clothes
    Like the denim "knickers" which seem popular atm!?!?

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

    I think she should wear what she wants. If her employer thinks its inappropriate, then fair enough make her change, but if shes comfortable wearing it, then I dont see a problem with it personally.

    Oh and if you think its inappropriate, it doesnt make you a prude

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

    Not a prude. If underwear was meant to be seen it would be called outer wear. Not under wear. I think it's extremely unprofessional to be dressed like that in a place where families go. Perhaps in a bar it would be go e. but not an establishment which welcomes children.

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    I don't get it either - I don't understand denim knickers, I don't understand leggings worn as pants, I don't understand a top that doesn't stay on top, I don't understand men's jeans lower than their jocks - and no I don't understand bra's being acceptable day wear, outer wear or coffee shop servery styled clothes.

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