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Woman divides opinion with ‘revealing’ Christmas party outfit

Woman divides opinion with ‘revealing’ Christmas party outfit from Zara… but do YOU think it’s ‘suitable attire’?

  • Anonymous party-goer took to UK parenting forum Mumsnet to discuss outfit
  • She explained she had found the top she wanted to wear – an asymmetric bustier
  • While many said they loved the top, one person suggested it was too ‘revealing’
  • Another individual was left warning some ‘boobs were probably too big for this’
  • READ MORE: Mothers debate the attributes that make someone ‘classy’

A woman has divided opinion online by sharing her Christmas party outfit – leaving some to question whether it’s ‘suitable attire’ for an office celebration.

The anonymous party-goer took to UK parenting forum Mumsnet to discuss the details of her ensemble.

She explained that she had found the top she wanted to wear – an asymmetric bustier from Zara – but was struggling to pick out the shoes, earrings and trousers to team the £59.99 garment with.

While many said they loved the outfit option, one person suggested it was too ‘revealing’, and another was left warning some ‘boobs were probably too big for this’. 

A woman has divided opinion online by sharing her Christmas party outfit (pictured) – leaving some to question whether it’s ‘suitable attire’ for an office celebration

In a post titled ‘Bustier for office Christmas party’, the woman explained: ‘I’m planning to get this bustier from Zara for my office Christmas party, which is black tie/cocktail dress code. (It will come back into stock in time. It WILL.)

‘What would you pair it with?,’ she asked. ‘I’m thinking chandelier earrings not unlike the model’s and maybe some wide-leg velvet trousers in a contrasting tone? 

‘Shoes? I don’t want to wear heels if I can help it,’ she concluded in the post, shared on November 19.

However, her post caused a mixed reaction from internet users.

The anonymous party-goer took to UK parenting forum Mumsnet to discuss the details of her ensemble

The anonymous party-goer took to UK parenting forum Mumsnet to discuss the details of her ensemble

One person wrote: ‘Are you absolutely sure that this is suitable attire for your office Christmas party? 

‘I’d have thought most people wouldn’t consider something so revealing in my honest opinion.’

Another person said: ‘Even when I was young and a size 8 my boobs were probably too big for this bustier but my best friend with no boobs would’ve worn this.’

The original poster rushed to reply, saying: ‘If a cocktail dress is acceptable, why wouldn’t trousers and a top be? 

Reaction: While many said they loved the outfit option, one person suggested it was too 'revealing', and another was left warning some 'boobs were probably too big for this'

Reaction: While many said they loved the outfit option, one person suggested it was too ‘revealing’, and another was left warning some ‘boobs were probably too big for this’

‘I would be revealing less skin than most people in dresses, unless they wear maxi dresses, and pretty much all of it would be shoulder. I won’t look busty in it, because I’m not.’

She continued: ‘Here’s how it looks in a straight shot from the front where the model isn’t bending towards the camera. It’s not a revealing garment.’

Others agreed with the woman, with one individual saying: ‘I agree it is not a revealing garment, but how often will you end up wearing it? Is it really worth it for an office Christmas party?

‘I think it’s lovely and actually fairly modest in that your boobs are covered,’ said another.

The original poster rushed to reply, saying: 'If a cocktail dress is acceptable, why wouldn't trousers and a top be?'

The original poster rushed to reply, saying: ‘If a cocktail dress is acceptable, why wouldn’t trousers and a top be?’

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