Probably a scene that you do need to describe in some detail
Come to think of it, I’ve never read a story set in a nudist colony. But the point here, for budding writers, is to avoid burdening your readers with details that they don’t need–like what all the characters are wearing.
The trickiest part of writing fiction is description. If you don’t have enough, the scene never takes shape in the reader’s mind. If you provide too much, the reader will get bored and impatient.
J.R.R. Tolkien was great at telling you just enough to make the scene he was describing come alive. No one ever did a better job of harnessing the reader’s own imagination. That’s why illustrations of The Lord of the Rings don’t work for me–they never match what I’ve already imagined.