Fashion // V&A's Undressed: A Brief History of Underwear

           Hey lovelies,
Today's post comes for an interesting read. Simply Be recently did a blog post relating to something big happening in the exhibition world. Yes, I am talking about the fact that the Victoria & Albert Museum, are bringing one of the coolest exhibitions to 2016, and it's all about underwear.

There will be over 200 items featured in the exhibition which will include Swedish underwear brand Acne's gender-neutral underpants to the Undressed: A Brief History of Underwear exhibition. 

                                                                                                                                                                     *source Simply Be*

Three reasons why I'm all for the badass idea of Gender-neutral pants?

1.) I love men's clothes. I tell no lie that quite a number of items in my wardrobe are actually from the men's section of stores. I just find the fit of their tops and hoodies to be so sung. I always look really awkward knowing that all the items purchased are really for me and not a male lover. Having
 Gender-neutral pants is an idea I'm all for because I know nothing would stop me from buying them and it's an item that we can all feel super comfy in.

2.) I do like wearing saucy(?) knickers from time to time but truth be told I like to be Bridget Jones and wear super big undies. They are honestly the comfiest things to date and they may be half way up my stomach but who cares? these ones look like they'd get the seal of approval from Bridget herself. 

3.) We're getting there with the men and women both being just as equal scale. We still aren't where we should be just yet but this is something nice that both men and women can both equally enjoy. It may not be to everyone's fancy but Acne really have done a good job on creating these and no gender is left out on such a great idea.

I really do hope I get to visit the exhibition at V&A in April next year. It's a brilliant idea to take a look at underwear through the years.

Would you consider wearing Gender-neutral pants? and what are your thoughts on this upcoming exhibition?

What's your opinion?