Would you let your daughter wear this to her prom?
"I was shocked when I first saw it, but now it's one of our top 20 dresses nationwide," says Nick Yeh, the CEO of Xcite, the Stafford, Texas, company that designed the dress..
Most of the girls/adults in the interview seem just as appalled as I am, but the fact that the dress is selling well means somewhere out there is a mother who thinks her daughter looks stunning in this outfit.
Of course, that also means somewhere out there is a daughter whose destiny is pretty much mapped out for her.
Makes me glad, once again, that my own daughter prefers the baggy/oversized look.
Via Kimberly Swygert, equally appalled.
Update: I've received quite a few emails from people saying that the Post purposely had their "model" wear the dress wrong - the straps are actually backwards and the dress is a lot less revealing when worn right. But it's STILL not a dress I would allow my teenage daughter to wear.