Can you Bear to Bare It?

I’ve notice many designers for Spring 2014 lifting a hem line that I’m not completely comfortable with – the midriff. Maybe I’m a little afraid of my post-baby tummy, maybe I’m not comfortable looking at belly buttons that aren’t on the beach, maybe I’m scared that too many muffin tops will be allowed to meander on our city streets, or perhaps I’m just getting old, but I’m not crazy about this trend.

Done with taste, this look can be cute, but I find it breaks up the line too much – not to mention adds a dash of trash to normally elegant and cute looks.
Not many women can pull this off. Let’s face it, if it looks “eh” on a 5’10” gorgeous runway model, it probably won’t look tres belle on us mere mortals.

Are these duds that you would don? Do you have any pictures of regular women wearing this trend successfully?

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xo

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4 thoughts on “Can you Bear to Bare It?

  1. I agree w/ this!! and love your blog!! I will share your blog!!! Been trying to get a blog of my own off the ground!.. It’s a big idea and I have so little time.. Maybe we can team up sometime. Would love to tell you about it! Maybe we can grab lunch soon!! Or drinks!! I know it’s probably very hard w/ the kids schedules- but miss u oodles and would LOVE to catch UP and throw around some Ideas w/ you!! Oh and a glass of wine or 2 Would be divine! Miss and love you!!!!! Xoxoxoxo

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    1. Thanks Daisy Rose!
      You should start one – you’re so busy, but you have so much to write about πŸ™‚
      I would love to team up with you – xoxoxo

  2. Well you and I can be the dowdy old moms at the playground with our bellies covered, because I’m not about to bare my midriff, either! Five kids and one too many Ben & Jerry’s have not made it my favorite feature!

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