We don’t need another ass-themed anthem (as jammin’ as they are), or for Vogue to make another groundbreaking declaration, or even Kim K-West to take another #belfie to try and ring in a trend having to do with rear ends. Butts are bodacious — always have been, always will be — and that’s no matter where they fall on the size and shape scale.
Regardless of what’s en vogue at the moment, our bodies pretty much are what they are; it’s the clothing styles that change with every cultural shift. But, regardless of the relaxed fits we’re seeing right now, saggy-shaped bottoms can risk looking sad on an ample rump. And then there are the wardrobe issues are smaller-seated sisters simply don't have to deal with. There’s the hemline situation, for example. If you’ve got a righteous rear end, you already know that shorter skirts rise up to have a business in the front, your business in the back effect. Of course, if you think the higher the better, that's between you and your tailor.