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Rihanna’s lingerie leggings sparked discussion on social media about designs that bare the buttocks: “Big NO”


Product descriptions should be read.

But that informative text didn’t help Rihanna’s Savage X Fenty lingerie line minimize the confusion about a sassy pair of leggings from the brand. According to Metro – a UK newspaper – a TikTok user recently questioned the caboose show design the celebrity-backed brand used in their crotchless soft open-back mesh legging.

The now-deleted TikTok video showed user @FatherMarge sharing a screenshot of the purple lavender leggings, which have a triangular neckline and crisscrossed corset strings to hold them together.

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Marge incorrectly named Kate Hudson’s Fabletics Active Wear brand as the company selling the “crotchless leggings”. It’s not clear how the mix-up came about, but Savage X Fenty and Fabletics are both owned by TeshStyle Fashion Group, a membership online fashion retailer.

In the video, Marge asked for an explanation of the leggings design. “Things are getting a little crazy,” she concluded.

Representatives from Savage X Fenty and TechStyle Fashion Group did not immediately respond to a request for comment from Fox News.

The product description on the lingerie website describes the leggings as “transparent” and suitable for a “cozy night”. There is at least one model who wears the leggings outside, but the product description does not indicate that it is a suitable piece of clothing for training or everyday life.

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Before Marge deleted her TikTok video and set her account to private, the clip had gone viral with more than 3.3 views, reports Metro.

In addition to highlighting the latest offering from Savage X Fenty, Marge’s video has also been broadcast to other social media platforms where people have shared their thoughts on cut out leggings.

“I love Rihanna, but these Fenty fitness leggings are rubbish,” wrote a Twitter user on Monday morning. “One two deadlifts / squats and people will see what you had for lunch.”

“Ummmm … Well, for me – I really don’t want this to be my view of the gym when I’m on a treadmill and the girl in front of me on the stepper is wearing one,” another Twitter user shared on Monday afternoon with. “Yes, again. A big NO. “

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Rihanna's lingerie line Savage X Fenty mistook a TikTok user for the brand's crotchless soft mesh leggings with an open back.  Now social media users are discussing whether leggings with cut-outs are suitable for the gym.  (Angela Weiss / AFP / Getty Images)

Rihanna’s lingerie line Savage X Fenty mistook a TikTok user for the brand’s crotchless soft mesh leggings with an open back. Now social media users are discussing whether leggings with cut-outs are suitable for the gym. (Angela Weiss / AFP / Getty Images)

On Facebook, one commenter wrote that he believed that cutouts in clothing for men would not be accepted in society.

“Can you imagine that boys wore clothes that revealed their treasures,” said the Facebook user. “I wonder how they would be treated and how would they expect to be treated.”

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Some commenters on TikTok endorsed the Savage X Fenty’s cutout design a little more before Marge’s video went down, according to Metro.

“It’s a vent. It’s called fashion sweetie,” one TikToker is said to have written. “Look it up.”

“No way,” said another. “I need this.”

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This is not the first time Savage X Fenty has offered leggings with a distinctive cut-out. As a lingerie line, the brand offers a selection of underwear that shows the skin.

For the soft open-back mesh legging, 40 customers rated the leggings worth nearly $ 50, and it has received an average rating of 4 out of 5 stars so far.

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Additionally, the lingerie industry has used the butt-exposing designs that resemble chaps for several decades.

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