Jennifer writes, “I am one of those girls who has just joined college in New York City after moving here from Wisconsin. While it has been a big change in many ways, one of the biggest has been how girls dress here. I am no hillbilly but I am definitely adjusting myself to display of underwear, more specifically, my panties. Trust me, I too wear low rise jeans but I pair them up with low rise underwear. And when am dressing up, I always bend in front of a mirror to make sure that I will now show my whaletail or butt crack (I have noticed that celebrities like Coco and Karissa Shannon deliberately expose their buttcracks) If that is the case, I always tuck in my shirt. It appears, though, that I am the only one so careful about it. Girls in my class, and in the city in general, parade their thongs and gstrings as if it were not underwear. Am I missing something?”
Obviously, the trend started with bra straps and then bra literally became part of one’s top, perfect for flaunting. Celebs do it and so does everyone else. As you can see in this photo, Hayden Panettiere who is a known fan of thongs and exhibited her whaletail in her Wake Up Call music video is here again not only wearing a sheer blouse but also showing her gstring whaletail.
Letting your underwear peek above your pants is another trend that has become fairly mainstream now. I am yet to see it on attorneys and bankers but I have seen in almost everywhere else on women of all ages, shapes, and class.
I think if you want to keep up with the trend, a good piece of advice that I can give you is to buy jeweled thongs rather than your normal granny panties. As I have always said, if you are going to display something, make sure it is something pretty. Regarding pearl thongs, just a word of caution: they can sometimes cause injuries as what happened to Marcida Paterson.