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Lest you think crop tops are only reserved for the Cher Horwitz's of the world, the midriff-baring style has come a long way since the days of "Clueless." The '90s-inspired trend has been spotted on some of our favorite trendsetters as of late, from Diane Kruger to top street style bloggers, proving that skin is in this season. The new wave of crop tops can easily go from a casual daytime look to a chic and polished evening look. Don't believe us? Click through to see some of our favorite ways to wear the trend this season.
It's hot out there, we get it. Does that mean your brain has melted and you can't pick out a sartorially pleasing outfit? I really hope not, that would be so tragic. So let's just leave the offensive denim shorts, if you can call them that, where they belong. Which really should be the trash.
Anyways, we've figured out just what not to wear this summer, so as to not make a fool of yourself, and that includes the male species too. Don't think we forgot about you and your poor fashion choices. It's okay, we all make mistakes, but now we can work together to correct them. From manks to denim diapers, here are some of the fashion faux pas you shouldn't be caught in this summer. More»
Dear Natty -
I keep reading in all of the magazines that cropped tops are back in style. I love the way it looks on the models, but can't figure out how to wear them in real life. Is it actually possible, or should this style be left to the pros?
Dear MM -
You're right about one thing, cropped tops did crop up all over the runways for s/s 2012 (Prada, Proenza Schouler, Donna Karan…), and after a few seasons of sneaking up in small doses - it's safe to say that they're a bona fide trend. While micro-mini anything (skirts, dresses, tops) are always best left to the fit of body, they can actually be much more elegant than other “mini” trends. So YES, they can be wearable for the average civilian, and here's how... More»
Thursday, May 23
We sat down with Anne Pasternak for a few questions about Creative Time's past and future, as well as the importance of having an awareness about public art in the city.