Uninterrupted by the natural curves

"Apparently some designers feel their clothes are shown to best advantage when uninterrupted by the natural curves of a woman's body."

Diana Salvatore, Editor-in-chief at Ladies' Home Journal, P. 14, Welcome page, April 2007.

Let me get this straight. If they show us clothes the way they really look on the people who buy them we won't like the clothes.

So disordered.


  1. No, I don't want to see how clothes are going look on me. I'd rather look in the children's department just like you do.
    I mean, who cares what we dress like when we are over a size 12-14, we aren't important.


  2. I think a straightjacket would look good. How 'bout that? Do you need curves for one of those?

    I'm not a fan of Wal-Mart in general, but at least they use their staff to model the clothes. Okay, they're the thin staff, but I like the idea.

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