Who are ya? The fashion police?? : )
Sorry. I really could care less what someone thinks if I am out getting groceries after a workout. It's a matter of laziness and expediency: I like showering in my own bathroom and it's none of their business anyway.
That is not one battle I would waste myself on, but to each his own. All I can do is be as respectful as I can to other people, including tactless dressers, if that's the case; not judge them.
because this is a free country and i can do stupid **** if i want
its nothing like that you idiot and to think they are shows what a clueless *** you are
I wear yoga pants every day in public. They are healthier for you than jeans. Even loose jeans cut off your circulation when you sit. And all the dress pants I have are fitted because loose ones just make me look like a stick girl. This means I don't have much room to breath. Yoga pants are the best because they are form fitting and sexy, making me feel feminine and beautiful. Also I have no cellulite or spider veins etc. probably because I'm not treating my legs and butt poorly by wearing uncomfortable, unhealthy clothing. Women are sometimes so stupid when it comes to appearance. It's a waste of time people. And all the make-up and products you all use is SO bad for you. I think that's why men age better than women because they don't wear make-up and they wear looser clothing (for the most-part). I swear, ever since I stopped wearing make-up and started using natural soaps/shampoos and started wearing yoga pants every day, stopped straightening & drying my hair... my skin, hair, and body are actually more beautiful!
Aary,it IS ok to wear yoga pants or track pants as you wish.Who has told you otherwise?<br />
But its NOT ok to live in 2012 with a third of the world starving.
Worrying about who wears what is far more disrespectful of those who face life threatening circumstances than any perceived insult from yoga/track panted people.Aside from that,those who wear pants dont do so with the intent of offending others,or at least not the vast majority,they do so because they are free and entitled to choose their style of dress.I personally do not like suits being worn around me.The more expensive and "correct"attire usually hides a bigger monster inside it,in my experience.
In my house we call them." GIVE UP ON LIFE PANTS" 1. They are innapropriate when you can see a girls vagina lips/ dimples on her ***/ the top of her ***.. etc. ..2.They arent better than sweatpants, they both are considered bummy/lazy 3.i dont want.this to become normal, bc soon enough young girls will be wearing them and men. 4. Half of you are off subject on some dumbass tangent but my answer is this girls morals and principles jave changed, for the worst. Most are lazy, some dont realize, others have no other redeeming qualities besides there butt looks cute in yoga pants. The answer varies but either way its inapropriate!! And is very unbecoming for young ladies!
Because they're fast and comfy. Especially in this heat, I'm either wearing skirts or loose yoga/jogging pants.
What's the problem? As long as you're not wearing them to school or to work...who cares if you wear them to run errands or whatever.
I've seen more offensive attire than gym/yoga/sweat pants.
What would you prefer to see people wear? ?
I dont get it!
Because some people can look damn sexy in dem yoga pants. XD
I wear trackys cause I like em. Simple as.
is this my grandma / grandpa?
she's been dead for decades
their comfy except when the string breaks around the waist , now i have to wear them indoors only
guess i prefer casual :D
I agree people should take more pride in how they represent themselves.
It sounds like we sort of think alike. I have an issue with hoodies (hooded sweatshirts, with or without zippers in front). I don't know why people think they are acceptable for dinner, public visits, nights out, or even work! I work in banking where most people DO dress up for work still, at least business casual if not business professional. But several coworkers have their nice business outfits on and then instead of a true jacket or coat, they will throw on a HOODIE at the end of the day...wtf!? I don't get it either.<br />
I personally prefer to be overdressed, not underdressed. If I'm wearing yoga/track pants it's because I just finished exercising. I am occasionally at the supermarket or dollar store in them...but not to "real" events or dates with my bf! Unless we just played tennis!
i wear yoga pants alllllllllllllll the time. yeah i like feeling attractive, and yoga pants are sexy. and they comfy. i hate wearing jeans a lot cuz they're uncomfortable and sweat pants make you look lazy. yoga pants are a good way to be lazy but not look it. <br />
plus i could care less if people are offended by me wearing them.
I know you can't see it because you're ignorant, but dictating what people can and can't wear is actually what's wrong with the world and society. It's the cause of a lot of insecurity and materialistic drama. There's much more to life than looking good.. I guess that's why you see a lot of people wearing such clothing; because they've realised that :)
I am on the autism spectrum, so I can't handle the feeling of jeans and most pants touching me. I either wear skirts/dresses or yoga pants. When I'm in my home, it's PJs all the way.<br />
I also have a chronic condition that causes me a lot of pain and joint dislocations, so I couldn't possibly care less about what I look like as long as I'm clean and covered.<br />
I wish it was acceptable to wear PJs everywhere, as long as underwear was worn underneath. When I say PJs, I mean the shirt and pants/capris kind. In my mind, it seems fine to me, but I'm autistic, so I think a lot of things are fine that are not.<br />
I would love it if wearing most kinds of "normal" socially-acceptable clothes wasn't so physically and psychologically uncomfortable for me.
There just pants there's no rules and not everyone can afford to have a bunch of nice cloths not by choice just becuase some poeple don't have as much money and you shouldn't care what someone is wearing