Zulily: Nothing to Hide

Next time you advertise high-waisted nylons, try to get a model with a waist more than 2/5ths of the way up her body.

Photoshop Disasters

The advertisement’s claim of flaunting “an hourglass figure” raises some questions about that they think an hourglass is. The closest this body type could claim is a resemblance to the minute-hand on a clock.

Thanks Katie. You can see the original on Zulily.

  • Andulamb

    Huh? Look at the similar products shown below this one. The top of this thing is supposed to come right up to the boobs. It’s meant to shape the woman’s tummy. If there’s anything to complain about here, it’s not the “height” of her waist — her waist is where it’s supposed to be. The real issue is, where are her breasts?

    • Skeptic

      Well, I agree. But you can also say that this thing is all waist. That is, the real back starts only when the garment ends, making the garment a very high waist (and explaining why there are no breasts in sight) :-)

      But it’s certainly a PSD.

    • anna

      The breasts were censored and removed because American puritan customers would not bear the sight :)

  • Janet Cox Tuhey

    If the bump on the left side of the photo is the bottom of her ribcage, then everything is fine up to that point. But instead of expanding outward from there like a normal body would, her contour is flat.