The first day of the pantaloon parade was the big show, with a parade of panty party participants.
But the event was not without its controversies.
A few days before the parade, the city of Fort Worth was accused of using taxpayer money to pay for a group of female police officers wearing pink shirts.
The police officers were charged with violating city policy, which prohibits the use of taxpayer dollars for any political activity.
They are scheduled to appear in court on Tuesday.
The City of Fort Wayne has not said how much it spent on the uniforms.
The parade was billed as a celebration of all things girly.
But the women wore the wrong outfits, and the group of women who marched down the street wore matching tops and dresses.
Many of the women wearing the wrong clothing were seen wearing pink panties, and some were seen with their heads uncovered, according to the Associated Press.
The city’s Department of Public Safety did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
But in Fort Worth, the public has its say.
We were in charge of the parade and had the final say,” said Melissa Miller, a Fort Worth resident who was part of the “Girls without Pajamas” group.
She said the dress code in the parade was very different from the one the city had in place for the women in the past.
The group, which includes women and children, marched in the streets in pink and black, with no shirts, shorts or pants.
Miller said the group wanted to show the city that it is open for women.”
The Associated Press contributed to this report.”
We want to show our city that we’re here and we’re not just a joke.”
The Associated Press contributed to this report.