Seriously? I don't think bare midriffs are appropriate at an airport. At a club, at the beach, especially as beautiful as she is, it would be fine, but that outfit for a plane just made me wonder what the thought process was. "This would be perfect in the event we need to use an emergency slide; the 4 inch heels are very practical for walking through terminals; my stomach doesn't need to be covered just because I'm on a plane."
Sounds horribly judgy and I hate myself for writing this post.
I am in my late 30s but I remember when people dressed up to fly. And I also understand the opposite theory -- wearing essentially pajamas or sweats on an international flight so you're comfortable. But in no way does the outfit above strike me as a logical or reasonable selection.
While I'm on the subject of clothing choices with which I do not agree, can I mention that my secretary wore a see through chiffon shirt to work with a black bra a few months ago? Setting aside that it was very ill-fitting (and she is overweight), and setting aside that she is over the age of 60, it just wasn't appropriate for an office. Someone with a model's body at age 22 shouldn't be wearing a chiffon shirt in an office environment. Seeing my secretary in it made me feel a bit like hurling.
Ugh. It just sometimes seems like common sense isn't as common as I usually assume.
I think I'm in a pissy mood today. Sorry. No idea why such a judgmental side is showing.