My mom was in a hurry, she had to go somewhere with dad. But dad didn't get changed. But he didn't have to get out of the car, it was my mom who had to get out of the car, to get that work done. So she says:
You'll just stay in the car, so just come like that (that is: don't get changed and just come with me in whatever you're wearing)
So is the use of "like that" natural in this context?
And if someone is ready to go out but the clothes that he/she is wearing are very tacky and the other person comments:
Hey! You can go out like this/that?
What should be used "that" or "this" (if of course "like" sounds natural in this context....)