She Tried Victoria’s Secret’s (Un)Dress Code Out At Work And Felt Very Exposed

“Nina”, a Buzzfeed writer tried victoria’s secret’s (un)dress code out at work. She thanked to BuzzFeed’s fairly lax dress code. Crop tops, short skirts, and sheer things are wardrobe staples for her. After try them all she felt very exposed. Take a look!
#1 This is how she get those dresses.
When Nina heard Victoria’s Secret was trying to sell lingerie as “outside wear,” she definitely wanted to give it a try!

The mini-collection was called the (Un)Dress Code. Victoria’s Secret received some backlash for the collection on Facebook and ended up pulling the ads from its site. Her Team bought some pieces from the collection while they were still for sale on the site, but they are no longer available.

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#2 Her first piece was this lace pencil skirt ($52).
She actually really liked this skirt, She said “I just have no idea how to wear it! It gave me a very goth-madame vibe. It’s also completely sheer lace, from the waist to the hem. She tried to style it how Victoria’s Secret has it on the model. However, her one oversized sweater didn’t cut it. Bending over or raising my arms would result in the entire office seeing my not-so-cute underwear of the day. Still, she don’t think this skirt is totally hopeless. her co-workers said it was a confusing look, but that they liked it nonetheless. One even wanted to borrow it. she said “it like pairing it with a bodysuit or putting it under a short body-con dress would actually make it kinda, sorta work-appropriate? OK, maybe only in the BuzzFeed office. But it would make for a cute going-out look.”

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