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It’s no surprise that crop tops have been trending for the past couple of years. First popularized in the 90’s and asserting their dominance well into the early 2000’s, the crop top staged a comeback a couple of years ago — along with the resurgence of just about every other major fashion trend from the 90’s — and since then it hasn’t shown any signs of waning. While it’s original comeback didn’t offer much in the way of newness, this season’s take on the look has finally offered a new take on the old standard. A plethora of note-worthy designers debuted new, updated versions of the crop top which were more suited to swanky parties than the street. That’s right, this belly-baring staple has been given a glamorous, evening-ready update. Initially, this may be a tough concept to grasp, but with designers such as Diane von Furstenberg, Donna Karan, Michael Kors, Versace and Erdem presenting their own versions of this trend its appeal is undeniable. At Donna Karan, Balenziaga and Sonia Rykiel black was the hue of choice, which offered a sexy, laid back alternative to the standard LBD. Other designers like Michael Kors, Faust Puglisi and Erdem went for embellishment, covering their elegant and sexy options with heavy metal beadwork, floral appliqué or dramatic feathers. Not surprisingly, however, it was Donatella Versace’s pop-colored crystal mesh top-and-mini combos that made the most glamorous impression. Alexander Wang, Olivier Rousteing for Balmain and David Koma all opted to pair their racy tops with pants, lending their evening looks a sporty, urban edge. The fact that this trend has made so many comebacks and has been so prevalent on the runways makes it abundantly clear that crop tops are here to stay. Adding dressed up, glitzy out crop tops to your wardrobe means that your options are endless, even for those who might be intimidated by the thought of showing off their midriff. By sticking with a slightly longer, boxy crop top and a high-waisted skirt you’ll get the same effect without showing quite as much bare skin. Longer or shorter, fitted or loose, embellished or printed, there’s sure to be a crop top for every midriff out there.

– Daniella DiRienzo