When I think about peek-a-boo clothing, images like this one from the 1990s come to mind:
Belly shirt are an adorable way of saying, “I’m 16 and experimenting with my newfound sexuality.” But can peek-a-boo clothing grow up with us? Is it acceptable to bare even a sliver of your upper abdomen on the city streets, at a wedding, or (gasp) in the workplace?
Oodles of designers seem to think so this spring. From Sass & Bide to Cavalli, the runways loved bare skin:
I typically err on the side of Classic Prude With a Hint of Appropriate Sex when it comes to clothing, preferring a high neckline and short skirt to anything that exposes the midriff. But I am becoming more and more open to the idea, given the surprisingly un-controversial takes on peek-a-boo I’m finding in my fave shops:
One place where a cutout can do no wrong:
Do you agree this is as bold as a woman over the age of 26 should get with cutout fashion?