Speaking of beat, that's what would have happened to me if I'd dressed like this in public when I was a teen! Okay, not really a beating (last time I was spanked was when I was 3 yrs old), but I'd sure get a talking to. Which makes me wonder, where are these kids parents? Or maybe a more impactful question: Don't these kids own mirrors??
As someone who is decidedly...um...fluffy, I know what it's like to bulge where you don't want to, even when the clothes are the right size. (But I am, I'll have you know, 25 lbs lighter than a year ago! And still dropping those life-threatening pounds, by God's grace and a wonderful fiber powder that's made a huge difference for me...)
Anyway, back on track. I can't count the number of teen and college-age e girls I see who are downright skinny, but whose clothes are so darned tight they have bulges. Especially with those hip-hugging jeans so popular today. Or who are baring bellies better left unbared.I can't help but wonder, do they ever look at themselves in the mirror? They'd look so much better if they'd just wear clothes that fit. It's just not attractive (or, more to the point, hot) to see skin bulging over the tops of jeans. And it sure doesn't say you respect yourself or your body.
Michael Hyatt offered his girls some good guidelines for modesty. I'll offer one more: If it's not something you'd want your pastor, grandmother, or--one day--your own daughter to see you wearing, it's probably not modest. Nor, for that matter, is it a good idea.