Racy bodysuit is attracting fierce criticism on social media for its VERY revealing cut – but would you dare to wear it?
- A sassy bodysuit is making waves on social media for its fleshless design
- The provocative piece is part of Fashion Nova’s ‘Blooming into Butterfly’ set
- It closes with a narrow strip of fabric that barely covers the wearer’s crotch
A dangerously high-cut bodysuit has raised eyebrows on social media for its fleshless design.
The provocative piece is part of the $37 (AUD) “Blooming Into Butterfly” set from Fashion Nova, a fast-fashion website known for its sassy designs.
A photo uploaded to the brand’s Facebook page shows a glamorous blonde wearing nothing but the suit, which is fastened below the crotch with a strip of fabric so narrow it barely touches the wearer’s genitals. covered.
The skimpy suit quickly got tongues wagging, racking up 15,000 likes and a whopping 53,000 comments, with many arguing that it doesn’t even have “half enough” substance to protect a woman’s modesty.
This provocative one-piece is part of the $37 (AUD) Blooming Into Butterfly set from Fashion Nova, a fast-fashion website known for its sassy designs. It closes below the crotch with a narrow strip of fabric that barely covers the wearer’s genitals.
‘What kind of wizardry is this? No way designed to hold a whisker cookie of any size,” novelist Elle Vaughn wrote in the post.
Another said: ‘I’m as thin as she is and I can assure you that my… [vagina] would swallow that! Ouch!’
‘Is the G-string backwards? I would never!’ said a third, while a fourth wrote, “I’ve got a grown mate…um, never mind.”
Others accused the woman in the photo of using editing tools to airbrush her imitation region.
“No way, this must be Photoshop – no doubt,” one wrote.
But while hundreds more lashed out at Fashion Nova for making such impractical garments, the criticism may be unfounded.
Photos on the brand’s website show the bodysuit worn under high-waisted leggings, which are sold as a set.
But while hundreds more lashed out at Fashion Nova for making such impractical garments, the criticism may be unfounded as the top is only sold as part of a set (pictured)
And customers seem to be thrilled with the purchase, with dozens leaving rave reviews online.
‘Love this set! The top is revealing, but just add some pasties if you’re concerned,” one woman wrote.
A second said the outfit makes her feel “cute” and “really sexy.”