Bare busts, legs, and backs may have been what was trending on the runway, but it was the midriff that was making waves on the streets. There were subtle slivers and gaping chasms all revealing the only section that matters – the mid-section. Ladylike iterations meant fitted sweaters and full skirts, topped off with some demure headgear, while more youthful versions incorporated sports bras, actual bras, cropped bombers, and Y2K friendly second-skin tops.
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