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Wibu to wear crop tops whilst pregnant?

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Pineapplesandwich Thu 04-Apr-19 13:34:57

Opinions on crop tops in themselves are massively divided anyway but some people seem to be very anti pregnant stomachs on show.

I usually wear lots of crop tops in summer, considering the end of this summer I'm going to be very pregnant, I figure I'll be a lot more comfortable in the least amount of clothing possible.

What do you really think of pregnant midriff on show?

ShirleyPhallus Thu 04-Apr-19 13:35:51

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Ironymaiden Thu 04-Apr-19 13:36:16

I’d be a bit creeped out however that’s my issue and not yours, and thankfully in this country we are free to wear whatever we like.

femidom12 Thu 04-Apr-19 13:37:02

Cool story bro

Wallsbangers Thu 04-Apr-19 13:37:59

I wouldn't personally. My belly button looked absolutely mental from about 6 months onwards.

ShesABelter Thu 04-Apr-19 13:38:22

I don't particularly like it. But you be you and do whatever you like. If it isn't hurting anyone then who cares what anyone else thinks.

Pineapplesandwich Thu 04-Apr-19 13:40:04

I don't understand why you'd think I'm a troll for asking an opinion on a piece of clothing confused

I'm 5 months and my belly button is already looking quite funky but I figure that will be the least of my worries if it's as hot as last year!

Imstickingwiththisone Thu 04-Apr-19 13:42:05

Op where do you live that you have to wear crop tops all summer

ShirleyPhallus Thu 04-Apr-19 13:42:05

You registered on MN just to ask this then?

chuttypicks Thu 04-Apr-19 13:42:55

You'll look ridiculous and people will stare at you. Loose clothes will keep you cooler.

Myheartbelongsto Thu 04-Apr-19 13:43:56

I think you'll look ridiculous and the majority of people will think you look cheap, common and a that.

We'll all be feeling sorry for the baby also.

ems137 Thu 04-Apr-19 13:44:19

🤢 I'd be creeped out a bit if I'm totally honest. But then again, I feel as though crop tops should be reserved for the under 20's with flat and toned stomachs

Myheartbelongsto Thu 04-Apr-19 13:44:26

Twat not that.

HighlyUnlikely Thu 04-Apr-19 13:45:20

Are All Saints reforming?

user1480880826 Thu 04-Apr-19 13:46:36

If you’re comfortable wearing it then go for it. You shouldn’t give a damn what anyone else thinks.

Personally I wouldn’t have felt comfortable but that’s probably just because I’m less confident than you (and I probably would have ended up with a sunburnt bump).

Be prepared for lots of odd looks and comments.

howwilliknoww Thu 04-Apr-19 13:46:53

@Pineapplesandwich don't be a dick head 🤔

NCforthis2019 Thu 04-Apr-19 13:47:17

Who bloody cares?! Use what you want! Jesus Christ. confused

BitchQueen90 Thu 04-Apr-19 13:47:30

Crop tops don't actually keep you that cool. Loose clothing is better for keeping cool.

Obviously it's your decision but I cringe a bit when I see pregnant bellies on show. It looks tacky imo.

Pineapplesandwich Thu 04-Apr-19 13:48:47

No, I generally just read things on mumsnet and haven't had anything to ask.. didn't realise first time posters were subject to a grilling..

Quite shocked that you'd actually feel sorry for a child because you can see someones stomach confused

Jackshouse Thu 04-Apr-19 13:49:32

HighlyUnlikely you beat me to it! It’s very early 2000s but it’s your choice.

HopefulAgain10 Thu 04-Apr-19 13:52:00

Yabu. I really dont want to see your pregnant belly. Honestly you sound attention seeking.

Halloumimuffin Thu 04-Apr-19 13:52:48

Don't like pregnant bellies. That's my deal and obviously there is nothing actually wrong with them, but to me they are icky and I don't want to look at them.

OoohAyyye Thu 04-Apr-19 13:53:03

I wouldn't but if you feel comfortable and don't mind a generous amount of strangers staring then go for it.

Bankofenglandfiver Thu 04-Apr-19 13:53:15

You’ll get people rolling their eyes at your need to show off your fecundity, but if it floats your boat knock yourself out.

DonPablo Thu 04-Apr-19 13:54:14

Suncream.

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