Thursday, November 1, 2012

So... You Want to Wear Something Short?

I sometimes see gals post things about clothes being too short, usually skirt or dress wise.
I know you don't want a panty slip, or have your dress rise up when you are dancing or getting up from sitting down, or what have you.

So what is the the best thing?
You can do one of two things:

1. Buy shorts or shorts like items that are skin tight.
like black spanks, or something that can be concealed and also give you coverage!
2. Make quick 'shorts' out of leggings.
All you have to do is cut the legs off and you are good to go(they might roll up a bit though, so keep that in mind if they are really tight.)

Now, unless you are just insecure about your legs, this is helpful. You dont have to worry about creepers trying to catch a glimpse of your boo-thang or your cooter, and you don't have to worry about showing off your undies to strangers!! (Just make sure you do neaten your skirt or dress though!)

Easy way to wear your skirts! And also being modest in a way.

I wore shorts under the skirt because it was hella short.
Skirt isn't that long, but thin shorts for just in case.

Not alot of examples.... but I hope that helps any gals out if they are worried about panty flashing!



  1. This is a great tip. I've done this myself for years and all of my "Is this too short?" worries are gone XD

    1. If i was into short stuff a few years ago, this would have helped alot! :D

  2. Boo-thang, and cooter. I love it.

  3. Ooh yeah I do this too! I wear black shorts underneath :3
    Love your outfit ^^

    1. Thank you!
      Its super helpful! And you dont have to let cute short things go to waste like i have done before !

  4. XD Thanks for this guide! My mom hates when I buy short things because she's afraid people will see my underwear so these are great tips! I never thought about the leggings things:) A lot of Skirts from Japan are skapants which is convenient~

    1. My thighs and hips are too big for their bottoms, but that sounds convenient!


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