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But since then, they've been a hit, with outfits ranging from tube tops to two-piece swimsuits.(Also commonly called a crop top, cropped top, belly shirt, half shirt, midriff shirt, midriff halter top, tummy top, short shirt, or cutoff shirt; also sometime seen with some halter tops, and dozens of non-American styles.) So this is a trope about costumes showing the curvy area around a woman's waist.Permission is granted to copy, distribute and/or modify this document under the terms of the GNU Free Documentation License, Version 1.2 or any later version published by the Free Software Foundation; with no Invariant Sections, no Front-Cover Texts, and no Back-Cover Texts.A copy of the license is included in the section entitled GNU Free Documentation License.{{Information |Description=Pixie Acia, of '' LA Ink'', at the 2007 Calgary Tattoo & Arts Festival held in the Calgary Roundup Centre, 1410 Olympic Way SE Calgary, Alberta, Canada.On occasion, even known celebrities make an appearance to get tattooed by Kat or one of the other artists.Inevitably, as the show progressed, changes occurred.Nor do completely naked characters count - although their midriff is bare, so is the rest of their body.Western Animation in particular seems to love this, since it's an easy form of Fanservice that the radar invariably misses.

Saigh and Aitchison left the show after the Season 2 finale.It's more like 60 years that it's been widely considered acceptable.Even belly-dancing outfits weren't midriff-baring before the "cabaret style" began with the most famous "Little Egypt", a dancer who performed at the Chicago World's Fair in 1893.She talked about the latest season of LA Ink, airing Wednesdays at 10pm on TLC. Going out people were always asking what I thought about this and that.She mentioned how the show is getting back to its roots: tattoos. And I think it’s none of my business and it’s none of anyone’s business really. Kat: No I mean it’s interesting because I’ve known Jesse for so long. I was looking for some advice when I first started on Miami Ink.

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