Bare Midriffs S/S 11

Discussion in 'Trend Spotting' started by saann, Oct 7, 2010.

  1. saann

    saann I don't know

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    Time to start working on those abs!

    It's a continuing trend, I really like it this season. It's much more sleek and elegant. Very minimal. (with a few exceptions)

    Chloé
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    YSL
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    saann I don't know

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    Kenzo
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    Zac Posen
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    Roland Mouret
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  3. saann

    saann I don't know

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    Versace
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  4. saann

    saann I don't know

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    Theyskens Theory
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  5. whippie

    whippie Well-Known Member

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    Yes, I have noticed a lot of this happening. An off shoot trend you could say is, long high waisted pencil skirts with short tank tops, sleeveless or otherwise, that bare only a hint of midriff a la YSL, Chloe and Versace.
     
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    The set from YSL are my favourite...im really against but if there was a favourite style as to how its done youd need to be reeeeally slim, minimal makeup, minmial accessories, and heels of course.

    I dont know, i suppose theres a verrry thin line between this seeminly only runway possible trend and in real life looking like a total chav or try hard!
     
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    This looks best when there's a slight hint of the bare midriff.
     
  8. saann

    saann I don't know

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    ^I tend to agree but those Theyskens looks are really making me rethink my stance on bare midriffs. I find those looks very clean and a nice take on a style that many designers get wrong.
     
  9. Psylocke

    Psylocke Active Member

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    I also agree that the bare midriff looks great at Theyksen's Theory. Personally I don't mind this trend. It's just that I spent about 15 years of my life walking around like this, having my midriff covered only in winter when I was wearing a coat, and finally gave up doing this about a year ago because I thought I was too old now for that look :lol: I'm not unhappy about this becoming a trend again, I have a long torso and find it hard to find tops that are long enough to cover my midriff anyway.
     
  10. Desi

    Desi Once King

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    The Theyskens look reminds me of school girl with the first outfit and the rest makes me think of gym dress. Sorry.
     
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    although i would never have a bare midriff i really do like this trend. i like that it's being subtly done as opposed to tacky crop tops.
    more givenchy and chloé thank versace and zac posen.
     
  12. Underage

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    Bare midriffs can work. It's just not for every place or person.
     
  13. Samthedamned

    Samthedamned New Member

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    I totally get the whole midriff trend but I don't know how I personally feel about it. I mean yeah sure if youre a superskinny model but I don't think that it's for every woman out there. I would so not like to se my mother in this trend for example. But I do rekon that it's going to be a huge blog trend.
     

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