WTF! Why This Online Retailer's Front Thong Bodysuit May Confuse You
The UK-based online fashion retailer Boohoo recently released an uncomfortable-looking front thong bodysuit, and it is exactly that
Every year, designers and fashion retailers try to break barriers in order to make headlines. And sometimes to stand out among a sea of design likeness, they compromise comfort. Only this time, comfort was replaced by logic! To kickstart the new year, UK-based online fashion retailer Boohoo released a rather uncomfortable-looking front thong bodysuit.
And it is exactly what it sounds like: uncomfortable, and plain ridiculous.
First appearing in a sponsored post on social media, Boohoo's newest high-cut 'front thong' is proving once again that fashion can be painful.
The online chain not only toyed but executed the idea of putting the ladies' sacred bit outside its comfort zone in the name of fashion. Apparently, you can find other similar designs on Boohoo's website, so this means the recently released 'front thong' design is not a novel idea.
For those curious, the bodysuit features a trendy V-neck design with a skimpy high-leg and ruched front style. Confused by the design already? You're not alone.
Post its release, the online retailer received plenty of backlash with some claiming that this front thong bodysuit was too skimpy. Social media users also expressed their confusion on Twitter, and could not comprehend how one could be comfortable wearing a front thong, while referring to the design as a "crime against humanity."
— holly sherwin (@holly__sherwin) February 4, 2019
It's actuallt called a vulva, Her vagina would only be visible if she was in need of an operation. You're welcome.
— Aurora Myerscough (@morgan_jelly) February 6, 2019
LIKE WE DON’T HAVE ENOUGH SHIT TO DEAL WITH, SOME IDIOT MADE FRONT THONGS A THING
— Gayathry Rachel G (@GayathryG) February 6, 2019
Available in four distinct colours including black, blue, and rust, the bodysuit is currently selling for £9 ($13.84). Even though the Internet may be divided, people are still buying this V-Neck ruched front thong bodysuit.
Apparently, the white style is no longer available, which either means it has been sold out or removed by the brand.
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why is asos trying to sell the waistband of some old jeans for £18... pic.twitter.com/equDhdtSC3
— luke! ? (@tusktwo) August 31, 2018
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