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A fashion yes or no
Today most women's pants are made a certain way that I find questionable. I believe that they are called low-riders. I do own a pair and find myself constantly pulling them up because they always feel as if they are coming down. The problem that I have with them is not with me but some of the younger women that I see wearing them. Whenever they sit down or get back up they seem to almost always have butt cleavage showing, as if butt crack is o.k. Maybe it is because some women have a lot back there to sit on.Do you consider this exposure a fashion yes or no?
Exposure is a fashion no! Where I know the kind of pants you're talking about, I have to say that they aren't SUPPOSED to show the "crack." These women should be buying a bigger size, buying a style better suited to their body type, or trying something other than low rise! Butt cleavage is a major no-no. But, you may be happy to realize, high-rise jeans and pants are making a come back. If you sport these, you will not only look appropriate and put together, but in style! Double whammy. Good luck loveofnight.
Yea, showing off your crack is not pretty. I have all kinds of pants, I am a jean freak and own over 60 pairs...and so I have a lot of low rise jeans, but I don't go around showing my crack. The reason why this happens to women/girls is because they have not bought the right size or the pants are not fit for their body types. Just because a pair of jeans looks nice on the hanger, doesn't mean it will look nice on you! People need to try pants on before they buy them and actually look in the mirror too. Remember, crack is illegal!! (in the fashion world as well lol)
It is not a good look and I would never do it. But low riders were made for hipster trousers and jeans so the underwear didnt show above the trouser waist. problem being if the trouser is ill fitted the underwear will still show and butt crack sadly happens
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