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Vinzy

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Posted: 02 August 2007 at 7:18am | IP Logged
Originally posted by kabhi_21

Originally posted by JhoomBJhoom

Because girls have no confidence in boys imagination

LOL what an answer........

seriously though...... vinu.... why are u complaining???????LOL

Seriously .. is it a complain? Big smile....All have right to enjoy the beauty....but I like well dressed girls realy lolWinkBig smile

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Attracting opposite sex is the last thing on a girl's mind when she wears short/exposing clothes IMO. Guys get attracted by any girl as long as she is a GIRL. It is mainly to show other girls that you are no less. I read a survey some time back that a girl dresses up more to show off in front of a girl than a guy. There is the whole thing of superiority and jealousy going around with the girls.

As far as movies are concerned, we have scantily clothed girls and we also have girls who dress properly. As long as you can carry off a dress without looking cheap/ vulgar, I see no harm in it. When Aishwarys Rai wore short clothes in Dhoom 2, it did NOT look vulgar IMO. Even Bipasha carried the bikini very well. Now, when Rakhi wears clothes like that, things look a little out of place. Same with Ms. Sherawat- and that is because the activities are different in those short dresses Tongue. But for every sensuos scene that Mallika did, even Emraan was not wearing anything. Hrithik in Dhoom had no buttons on, and the chest was bare plenty of times. We just notice girls easily, and guys take a back seat. Of course, girls are more attractive... So, it is obvious.

 

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Originally posted by JhoomBJhoom

T--You can give only one example of boy exposing but look at whole industry full of heroines exposing.

The question was "Why" are girls exposing, not "How many" girls are exposing these days.

As for other male examples, there are John Abraham, Uday Chopra, Hrithik Roshan, Dino Morea, Sanjay Dutt, Emraan Hashmi...

And I disagree on the point that the "whole industry full of heroines" is exposing. As Rutumodi said, there are women who have good bodies and are comfortable wearing skimpy clothing while there are women who are not comfortable doing so/do not have the body type for it.

 

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Posted: 02 August 2007 at 8:32am | IP Logged
why, could it be they might not have much else to expose? Tongue

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 Vinu... Worry not .. I happened to see this article yesterday and was thinking about posting it in bolega thread...  Can Bollywood be far behind in copying PureFashion...Tongue

 

A modest fashion proposal

Teens call for stylish clothes with coverage

Samantha Thompson Smith, Staff Writer
No panties. Bare midriff. Lots of cleavage. It's the kind of stuff that helps so-called role models such as Lindsay Lohan and Britney Spears grab headlines and attention on the red carpet. Morgan Morrissette, an eighth-grader at St. Michael the Archangel School in Cary, isn't impressed. She sees right through it. "If you have to show parts of your body to get guys to like you, it's not worth it," Morrissette says. "You should be able to get guys on how you talk and your personality." Morgan, who will turn 14 next week, is in a new group in the Triangle made up of girls who want to spread the message of modesty in fashion. They want others their age to know they can still be cute and fashionable without wearing short skirts or skimpy tanks. It may seem old-fashioned and stodgy. But this isn't grandmom's version of modesty; the clothes aren't dowdy. In the seven-month, faith-based program called Pure Fashion, these teenage girls learn what to wear and how to wear it -- anything from cowboy hats to Bohemian-style skirts to head scarfs. They find out how to shop the nation's leading retailers finding clothes the group says are modest and appropriate. They learn how to navigate a catwalk and do hair and makeup in the latest styles for a grand finale fashion show. "I thought it was a good message to spread around," Morgan says. "I ended up getting two friends to do it too." Pure Fashion is just part of a larger modesty fashion movement trying to encourage fashion designers to create more modest clothing, not only for teens and preteens, but also for older women who don't like clothes that are too revealing either for religious reasons or simple personal style. "I don't know what designers were thinking," says Chelsea Rippy, founder of Shade Clothing, which makes stylish, modest clothing in Utah. "Most women and even girls don't look cute exposing their midriff. I don't think the majority of women feel comfortable in the fashions that are offered to them now. Designers aren't taking women's body sizes into consideration." She started the company in 2004 after feeling alienated by the fashion industry. Increasingly more of what they created showed too much -- not just bare midriff, but cleavage and legs, she says.  And the modest clothing on the market often was too frumpy and unfashionable. She knew there had to be a balance. Ten months after starting Shade, competitors started taking her market share. Now there are at least 30 other companies selling clothes marketed as modest. One Web site, www.beautifullymodest.com, specializes in prom gowns and wedding dresses that are feminine and pretty but conservatively cut. There's not a single strapless wedding gown on the site and not one bride is showing her shoulders. Most gowns have capped sleeves and show about four fingers-width of chest below the collarbone. Many have the latest bridal touches -- a brown satin sash, side ruching or mermaid-style skirt. Still, Rippy said dresses have been one of the biggest fashion stumbles among the new modesty clothing. So she took on the issue with a line of dresses called Basic Black (www.dressbasicblack.com). You won't find strapless or slinky dresses in the collection. Instead, it's a mix of classic cuts and modern silhouettes that are stylish but don't attract attention to certain body parts. "I feel like we've been able to take the styles in the latest fashion magazines and tweak them," she says. Whether designers are conscious of it or not, some of the styles they're creating have become more modest. For several seasons, tunic-length tops that cover low-rise jeans have been in, replacing cropped tops that showed off the belly. Yet cleavage is back in, with more tops and dresses cut lower in the chest -- sometimes below the breast. The more modest combat the look with layering, adding tank tops underneath. The Pure Fashion girls are learning the same tricks, taking today's looks and making them meet the Pure Fashion guidelines on appropriate style. "We really need this for our girls," says Shelley Morrissette, Morgan's mom, who founded the local group. "The fashion part is there to hook them in, but the formation is there for them." Morrissette came up with the idea after going with Morgan to the Atlanta Pure Fashion show in April, now in its seventh year. She was so moved by the experience, she wanted to have something in the Triangle for Morgan. "I was tearing up watching this and watching the impact on our girls," she says. "Just imagine, 2,300 young ladies and their families, all on the same page for that same day, embracing that same message." So far, the local Pure Fashion group has 47 girls ages 14 to 17, from as far away as Virginia, to model in the fashion show, and there's a waiting list. In April, they'll put on their show, modeling clothes they hope to borrow from retailers in the area. At shows in other parts of the country, Dillard's, Kohl's and J.C. Penney have lent clothes that meet Pure Fashion guidelines. After that show, they'll start working on the next year's event, which they hope will involve even more girls.

"We're trying to promote the value of virtue in these girls," says Maureen Cunningham, who is in charge of promoting the group.

http://www.newsobserver.com/976/story/520236.html



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why they are exposing? dont know yaar. but whatever they are doing, it's good. keep it up girls Wink LOL

or should that be down? oh, too confused now Wink

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