Are there any women wearing tights today that you know?
It makes me laugh when I think back to my day in the 1950s and I see a lot of women walking around the mall all day with ridiculous tights on.
And we had to learn to walk, too, which was really hard for most of us. We were taught how to sit and walk in order to be comfortable. I think, from that perspective alone, tights are probably not “the worst thing since sliced bread.”
If you want to know what women wore 40 years ago. The question was what women wore in their bras.
That was the biggest question we were trained to answer, because our bras were pretty bad.
I always liked the idea that a tuxedo would be more acceptable without a shirt than as a t-shirt. Just for kicks, though.
When I see tuxedos, women tend to dress in a very formal manner, and have an air of formalism.
Women also tend to wear white to match their tuxedo, and I think it’s a lot more appropriate to wear a white skirt and white slacks to a big formal event. That’s because it’s the same color as their tux, while the tux itself might be more neutral.
I think one of the reasons women wear tights without a shirt, is they don’t want to show any of their legs. Women are naturally shy—and, as such, they have little reason to be wearing anything that might reveal all their legs.
But women do use their legs on the dance floor. Some women even dance in tights because it’s more comfortable, which is why I always wondered about women wearing tights without shirts.
I’m not sure I completely understand your question—perhaps it was too much, too soon.
I was actually at a music festival in France last month, and a friend of mine was showing some French music videos to us, and I was totally struck by one of the videos.
It shows the artist in a suit, with a t-shirt draped over it, dancing with other people, wearing a t-shirt without any underpants.
And so I asked my friend if he was comfortable with wearing tights without a shirt.
The woman looked at me, then at her friend, and said, “Well . . . that could be weird . . . ” And she smiled, and,
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