Playing into the corsetry trend that is happening in the fashion world today, Bra Tops have appeared on Runways all month long, from New York to London to Milan. Not for the very modest dressers, Bra Tops are not only trend-right, but actually tasteful when done well. The more mature and fashion-forward step-sister of the Crop Top, Bra Tops were showcased in both casual and more dressy looks. Whether in the form of a matching set, or intentionally exposed, Bra Tops are definitely a concept that designers are standing behind. The look can either go sporty, feminine, or overtly sexy, of course, but let’s concentrate on the first two. Bold fashionistas might choose a combination inspired by Fendi- with trousers and a literal bralette. Wear a bra top with an open sweater or blazer and trousers for an athletic feel. If you are bustier, you might want to partake in the trend by opting for a cropped top that provides more coverage. Tory Burch’s bra and matching skirt version in the romantic floral print is feminine, and beautiful, yet playful and unexpected. The proportion play is incredibly flattering- the high-waisted skirt exposes a universally favorable part of the stomach. Art galleries, cocktail parties, date nights and more, this look is sure to turn heads. Keep Bra Tops on your radar for Spring, it is undoubtedly going to be an important one in which you will want to partake!
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