never thought of the see-through factor with wear, hmm?
I think it all depends on a person's comfort level. Plus if you are out with the local cycle club in all of your gear - not so much a big deal, but what if you want to stop at the grocery story, or meet a friend for a quick bite. I feel super out of place. If I have a cute skirt to go over the skin tight apparel, then I am not so much out of my comfort zone.
I think these are a blast - my riding totem is a turtle, I am having a skirt made up with some really cool fabric with turtles :-)
Next year for our local Halloween Bike Parade I am thinking of getting a red one with white polka dots and getting a helmet cover made up for the mouse ears and going as Minnie Mouse ! Yes those were at the Expo too! these ladies were making these really funky "hats" to go over helmets - just for some urban commuter fun.
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I am recognized due to my skort over the shorts. This came about after someone pointed out on someone else that sometimes spandex shorts tend to uhmmmm wear and well, it gets a little sheer on the butt part after a year or two or three. LOL. Always afraid of that...
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A few weeks ago I attended the Seattle bike expo - my very-very-best-girl find was the Sweet Spot. A skirt to cover the sweet spot ! The seller is out of Portland, she has the most fun adjustable skirts; since I typical do not see these in local bike shops, I thought I would share!
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