_DSC0147_DSC0149Ribbet collage_DSC0264_DSC0259I'm going to start off by saying how far out of my comfort zone I am right now. I'm uncomfortable because I've always had a dislike for the exposure of one's midriff. I don't mean the slight upper tummy that's visible when you wear high-waisted things, I mean full on midriff as seen above. You're probably wondering "Then why is your midriff exposed?" Well Ribbons, sometimes we need to step outside our comfort zone. In fact, it's a really fun thing to do when you think about it. 


When I was little I would run around in crop tops that exposed my midriff and I wouldn't think twice about it. I was young, wild and free and my belly button on show was water off a ducks back. But as I have grown older, I haven't been able to fully come to terms with my midriff being on show, or anyone elses for that matter. Yes I have a flat stomach but that doesn't make me any less uncomfortable with the idea, and you can tell by the way I use my clutch as a belly button cover up. However, fashion allows us to be whoever we want to be and that includes wearing whatever we want to as well. I may not necessarily like my midriff on show, but sometimes it works with certain outfits. Ask Jessica Hong, she'll tell you.


What do you think Ribbons? Are you a fan of the midriff or not? x


Marks & Spencer Summer Coat, similar and-floral-collared-jacket/prod/pgeproduct.aspx?iid=3988233&clr=Blueprint&SearchQuery=floral+coat”>here, H&M Crop Top, H&M Jeans, similar here Nelly Heels, similar here


    • August 14, 2014 / 11:58 am

      Yeah, I won’t class myself as a real fan either but I felt that it worked here too. Thank you Sarah! 🙂 xx

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