Unknown wardrobe malfunctions with a stranger's clothes...Do you speak up or stay quiet?

Martiniman Martiniman
After answering a question in the forum tonight about either experiencing or witnessing a wardrobe malfunction, I came up with a different question.

If you spotted a minor wardrobe malfunction on a stranger, like an unzipped zipper, a popped button exposing a nipple or anything similar, would you speak up and tell the stranger or would you simply stay quiet?

Any experiences to share where you spoke up or stayed quiet?
02/24/2013
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Quote:
Originally posted by Martiniman
After answering a question in the forum tonight about either experiencing or witnessing a wardrobe malfunction, I came up with a different question.

If you spotted a minor wardrobe malfunction on a stranger, like an unzipped zipper, a popped ... More
I think I'd tell them but I'd bring them to the side and be quiet about it. I wouldn't want to embarrass them or anything (or at least not more than they already are).
02/24/2013
Cosmonaut Cosmonaut
I was once at Blizzard Beach water park with my mom and we saw this ~13 year old girl with her little bro who were hit by the giant wave in the wave pool. When she popped up, her top was all mangled and her boobs were out but she didn't notice because she was laughing and having a good time. I saw all these people just stare at her and not say a word. So my mom and I decided to make our way out to her to let her know. She was embarrassed because her boobs were out and people were staring that didn't say anything to her but she was really happy we told her.
02/24/2013
Pia Jouet Pia Jouet
Quote:
Originally posted by Martiniman
After answering a question in the forum tonight about either experiencing or witnessing a wardrobe malfunction, I came up with a different question.

If you spotted a minor wardrobe malfunction on a stranger, like an unzipped zipper, a popped ... More
XVeronicaRose I think you did the right thing, especially because she was a child. I have had strangers be mean and tell me not to bend over because my sundress was too short; it wasn't. I don't think that type of correction is nice or warranted. I don't mind when people tell me about my minor malfunctions as long as they are nice. I ran into a meeting the other day with the tag still attached to a new jacket. Someone pulled me aside and told me, and I appreciated it.
02/24/2013
Chelynn67 Chelynn67
Quote:
Originally posted by Martiniman
After answering a question in the forum tonight about either experiencing or witnessing a wardrobe malfunction, I came up with a different question.

If you spotted a minor wardrobe malfunction on a stranger, like an unzipped zipper, a popped ... More
It would depend on the situation I guess but hope I could let them know with anyone being embarrassed.
02/25/2013
PropertyOfPotter PropertyOfPotter
If it was another female, I would feel comfortable, but telling a man that his zipper is down or something similar, would make me feel like he'd be thinking I was checking out his crotch.
02/25/2013
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