Bear in mind she's 13, and at a forum I frequent no one commented on it. I'm not sure if I'm old fashioned / out of touch, or this is what is acceptable for children these days. This thing is basically a thong...
I don't think there is anything wrong with what Willow is wearing. If you noticed, her bikini top is like a sports bra and her bottom looks like a regular bikini cut to me. It seems inappropriate because Willow has a muscular and shapely butt. If flatter-ass girl wore the same bikini no one would say anything because the cut would be less noticeable and it wouldn't look sexy. Similarly, if a girl is 5'2 and the other 5'8, and they are both wearing the exact same pair of shorts, in the exact same size - who do you think is going to get more attention? Obviously the taller girl because she has leaner proportions in ratio to her height, thus she will look more sexy in comparison to the shorter girl.
I read you won't even pay attention to what the under 18 populations says, but i'm just gonna express my opinion anyway. I've seen kids on the beach wearing things like that. There are girls in my town younger than me that dress oh my god, you would never know they're 14-15. And they basically go to the beach like this: salestores.com/stores/images/images_747/A279B.jpg Hell, I don't even wear them, I feel weird and especially if it happens for me to go with my parents at the beach. Buy her a bikini with normal shape undies, not thongs.
Maybe it might be innapropriate for a 13 year old girl to wear this but.. C'mon, it's the 21st century.. People are so used to seeing girls wearing bikin's like this that it comes to a point that its just acceptable.. I guess we gotta live with it in this generation /:
There's absolutely nothing wrong with what she's wearing. What's wrong is people trying to shame her for being comfortable about her body. If she's at a beach and it's hot, why shouldn't she be allowed to wear that? Because you're afraid boys are going to objectify her? That's not a problem with her, then. Because you think it's slutty? She's not forcing you to look at her and she's also just there with her dad, her family. She's comfortable with who she is and she's beautiful. That should be celebrated, not looked down upon. Maybe if people would stop making things like this such a big deal little girls would stop growing up being so self conscious about their bodies.
Its not a big deal. yeah its tiny but you want to tan or whatever. I wear small tight bottoms to surf so they won't fall off but I guess your fine if your being just being a bit over protective about it.
I think they can wear some revealing things, but don't reveal too much. You have to remember it was really bad to even wear a skirt that went to your knees and things evolved. If you let your daughter go out looking like what people back in the day would have called slit (not trying to be ride) but if we keep saying yes too all of this then think of 10 year olds wearing tennager clothing nowdays and then tennagers will be wearing more revealing things. Things are evolving too much. Girls are doing things and showing things at a younger age and somewhere in there we let them think its okay?
She's prolly on daddy's private beach so no.. its no big deal... if not then she has body guards to protect her from pervs! Celebs live a different life than us at least she's not holding a crack pipe. I think nudity or barley covering up is fine but there are creeps out there.. unfortunatly we don't live in the garden of eden... well rich people can!
Inappropriate, in my opinion. I'm not sure why people allow their children to dress in such revealing clothes... my brother and his wife actually FORCE my 13 year old niece to wear things that are way too old for her. It's disturbing and she always changes when we hang out.
I wouldn't go so far as to say they are practically a Thong! They are a little skimpy, but on a beach where one of the main activities is sunbathing I think she would blend in. Fashion is forced on to people in all sorts of ways, for both sexes and at all sorts of ages. So little wonder this 13 year old isn't wearing 'what was once the norm' for 13 year olds. 'Somebody' creates a trend and, like sheep ww follow it for fear of standing out from the 'trend'. Silly really isn't it? Be we have been/are all guilty of it on one way or another, at somepoint in life.