One could argue what Ayesha Curry, wife of NBA player Stephen Curry, said on Twitter yesterday [Sunday, December 6] reflected the thoughts of many women who may not be on board with some of this year’s latest trends or pressure to present themselves in a sexualized way.

Sometimes enough is enough, and for Curry, looking at a fashion website over this weekend was enough to inspire a little rant, Twitter style.

In a series of tweets that got an insane amount of retweets and responses, Curry discusses why she would rather “keep the good stuff covered up for the one who matters.”

A lot of the responses regarding Curry’s opinions included a blacklash that Curry’s take on “covering the goods” at the benefit of someone else isn’t a very feminist perspective, and that women should dress the way they want, for themselves. With the conversation taking a nasty turn on Twitter, with derogatory digs at both Curry and women who dress less than conservatively, Curry responded with a reminder to “please not tear women down and degrade them.”

Definitely inspired an interesting debate on Twitter, where the conversation can continue for hours, and if anything, it’s a reminder that when it comes to what you’re wearing, people are paying attention. At the end of the day, it’s important that regardless of how you decide to dress, carry it with confidence.