Thursday, September 13, 2007

too bare for the air?

two months ago, this girl was asked to get off a southwest airlines flight from san diego to tucson in the US because of her too-revealing outfit. this is her and the exact outfit she was wearing that day: here's another shot complete with shoes and bag: so what do you think? is she dressed too provocatively? will she excite men and offend women and set a bad example to children? girls who take the jeepney here are sometimes dressed in even less! her shoulders aren't even bare, her neckline is not low, and the mini looks like any other mini worn by any other gal in the mall. sure, her boobs are big, but that's not her fault (that is, if they're real, hehe ;-) and take note, she was not braless! when we heard about this on the today show, we were prepared to be shocked by her outfit. well, we WERE shocked but not by the outfit, but by the fact that a southwest employee was so [hot and] bothered enough by it! and guess what, the employee was male!

6 comments:

Mark said...

I saw an online clip on tyrabanks.com about how to spot a fake (bag), and one of the brands they mentioned (the last) was Aranaz, "a much newer label" and they showed an original leather bag with wooden rings on the ends of the handles, in comparison to a purple knockoff...

Could this be Amina Aranaz's Aranaz? :)

Link: http://telepicturesblog.warnerbros.com/tyrashow/2007/09/how_to_spot_a_fake_purse.html

W Talent Management said...

kawawa naman. She looks pretty decent to me.

details_later said...

I saw the Today Show segment too. Well, the outfit itself was not too "oh-no-risque!-what-about-decency!" But if you look at the disclaimers printed on every airline ticket, the carriers have the right to refuse passage to any customer for any reason really (but usually pertains to safety). Not that they bring that up much, they're the paying customers after all!

Nevertheless, Southwest should have just invoked that disclaimer if they felt she was imposing a "danger" on the flight. Then no brouhaha!

Actually, what struck me about this was a deja vu thing. I think I dreamt this. Let me tell you the next time I see thefashpack!

anna said...

it's that fake bottle blonde hair that shouldn't be allowed on board!

but the outfit is fine.

sippinslow said...

her outfit's fine! i also thought that she was wearing way less, something like a bra and shortshorts. her skirt's a bit skimpy but i don't find her whole outfit provocative at all.

re: mark's comment above on the tyra show knock-off segment. i don't think it's Amina Aranaz's bag kasi it was mostly made of leather. i think Amina's would have more indigenous materials and not just the wooden rings. (pero I may be wrong! ;p)

Anonymous said...

the bag on the show is from jennifer baum lagdameo's "Ananas" collection
www.ananascollection.com