Would u let ur girl wear this In public or would u be upset?

Would u let ur girl wear this In public or would u be upset?
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  • It's an extremely attractive outfit and the girl is a knock out! If that's you, congratulations on being drop dead gorgeous.

    I'd say that there aren't many places where a top like that would be appropriate. It is very revealing and overtly sexual. Even she shiny pants (or are they shorts) are provocative. It looks more like bedroom wear.

    First, if she was "my" girlfriend, I would know her well enough to know her personality and values, and whether or not I could trust her.
    If she wore clothes like that to hook up with other guys, she wouldn't be my girlfriend any more.

    If I trusted her, my main concern would be for her safety if I wasn't with her. That outfit is dangerous and I'd wonder what was her motive.

    If she wore that outfit when I was with her, I'd be proud of her looks and that it was MY arm around her waist. I'd be proud of her confidence and positive self image. The looks from others would be priceless - jealous looks from other women, guy's jaws dropping, guys crashing their bikes or cars.

    When and where she wore it would be the biggest factor. I mean, I wouldn't have a problem with her wearing a small bikini at the beach. So there would venues where this outfit might be fine and some places where it would be highly inappropriate.

    I wouldn't presume to control her or tell her what to do, but I might share my opinion and question her taste.

Most Helpful Guy

  • You know I look at it this way when I'm dating somebody I cannot tell her what to do who to be how to act the reason why I'm dating her is because I like all those things if that's what she wanted to wear that's what she could wear if she's confident enough to wear it then so be it I'm not going to tell her no she can't and since I'm going out with her that means I trust her 100%, if I didn't have that trust then why am I with her if she wants to feel a certain way she deserves to dress however she wants to feel that way

Most Helpful Girls

  • First of all no one has the right to Grant a person or to deny a person what they can or cannot wear. They can have opinions on it strong feelings but regardless no One IS SUPPOSE TO control another person. And most people who wear tops like that don't just start wearing tops like that after dating someone usually they wear tops like that before dating and obviously that attracted the person they're with so I don't understand why anyone would want to change somebody after they started dating them. Such behaviors shows lack of confidence in the person who's trying to control the other. It's not a healthy trait.
    Second in my personal opinion I wouldn't recommend wearing a shirt like that with no bralette under. Or at least nipple petals. But to each their own it really depends on what kind of attention the girl is seeking but that's not the best outfit if you're looking for someone with good manners and long-term. That kind of shirt with nothing underneath will only draw attention for a short time hook up a few nights of passion sort of thing. I've worn sheer shirts but usually with very pretty lacy bralettes underneath. Basically a step up from a sports bra.

  • “Let your girl”? First, this is very clearly a woman wearing PJ’s or “nightwear”. It’s absolutely not appropriate for wearing outdoors. That being said, who the hell believes he has a right to tell his girlfriend what to wear? If you don’t like what your girlfriend wears out, you should speak with her, and express you feelings on her chosen attire, however if once you have spoken politely with her, yes she has made no effort to change her clothing style, you have EVERY RIGHT to break-up w/ her! But no one has the right to tell a woman what she may or may not wear out in public!

    • thats a contradiction speaking to her politely about her attire is the same as telling what is and isn't appropriate to wear publicly. Jesus

    • @Unfortunateguy27 There is a HUGE difference between ASKING someone politely to change, and TELLING her NOT to wear it! Believe me, if I'm asked politely “please babe, would you mind not wearing that to my grandma’s funeral… I’ll change, if I’m TOLD “hey, change your frackin’ outfit, that’s completely inappropriate!” NOTHING on heaven or earth would EVER get me to change!

    • You can tell someone something and be polite its called being assertive unlike your view which submissive and pleading

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  • Where's the rest of her clothes? ... lol

  • My boyfriend always says that I should just wear what I want, because as long as I’m comfortable in it, then he is comfortable too. Personally I wouldn’t wear that in public.

  • Damn upset UNLESS I knew we were secured or even married…and I just want to watch grown men cry as you walk 30 feet in front of down the sidewalk where about 40 outdoor tables sit.
    And hopefully the 🚼matches the top.-I have ass preference. Win-Win. For sure there would be some neck snaps and cramps that 3pm Saturday afternoon

  • I'd wear it, and my boyfriend would be perfectly OK with that. He likes watching guys checking me out, because he knows I'm leaving with him.

    • @susie22 The confidence you both have and put into action is SO hot.

  • I'm honestly not sure.
    I don't think that it's showing anything that's a problem pr say.
    But there's others that's more conservative, and I don't want her to get in trouble with the law, if one of them where to complain.
    Because who knows where a court will land if it *does* become a issue...

  • They wear all kinds of things on Instagram. I'm sure they would wear them in public too.

  • She can wear it, but i would also have to be "prepared" for an altercation/fight, because being extravagant, it would look like an easy prey for the "drunk/sexually arroused/sexually sad" out there... so yeah!

  • 1. If you think you have the right to give your partner permission, or deny permission, for them to dress a certain way, then you have huge problems of control and lack of respect.

    2. The women I date would never want to go in public dressed like that.

    • Why on earth did this get a downvote? Strange...

  • That's kinda slutty, so no.

  • You see, i firmly believe people should wear whatever they want, and not be dictated by anyone else, so my wife can wear that if she wants to

  • She would make her own decision. But I would be happy to watch most of the gals on here wearing it. I would even buy it for them. lol

  • My daughters would NOT be leaving the house in that outfit. They're modest dressers, so I really don't have to worry.

  • Probably have something over it but cute.

  • Qith it being that lacey Id want to wear at least a bra under it

  • I'd be embarrassed to be out with her like that. Especially If kids are around. I would never tell her she couldn't. But I'd voice my opinion why she shouldn't.

    • But you would wear a bathing suit to a beach or pool?

    • @Paige90 Paige you’re a hoe there is no convincing you to see things the right way

    • @Unfortunateguy27 excuse me

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  • Considering they are pyjamas (I literally have these pyjamas) it would be a bit weird to wear them in public, but I don’t think anyones significant other should tell them what they can and can’t wear, it’s controlling

  • It depends where we go, but I could wear this

  • My g/f was a catwalk model. She wore stuff that would make most guys eyes drop out of their sockets. What you're showing there is quite tame in comparison.

    Do I have a problem with it? Nope, because as much as people can look? I'm the only one allowed to touch :D

  • If you got it flaunt it

  • Not to be mean. I don’t really care what someone wears but. I prefer a woman who doesn’t show all her business to be honest.

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