Tiffani Amber Thiessen rocked the crop top as "Saved By the Bell's" Kelly Kapowski like no other in the early '90s.
Now, the belly-baring trend seems to have creeped back into our sartorial consciousness for spring 2013 (thanks Lindsay Lohan). The crop top, along with a number of blast from the past trends, returns this spring and naturally, the stars are the first to sport them.
You may not catch Blake Lively trolling around NYC in spring’s most stylish looks but not to worry, we’ve got the rundown on the top 10 trends that your favorite or not so favourite celebs are cruising around in.
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1. Crop Tops And Bralettes
Yes indeed, the crop top is back but this time with some class. Here’s a tip, you’re not channeling Britney Spears in her "Baby One More Time" video.
Selena Gomez, Frieda Pinto and Jaime King showed off just a sliver of skin by pairing their crop tops and bralettes with high-waisted pants and skirt, leaving a bit more to the imagination.
These are not your grandma’s daffodils. Okay, maybe they are, but florals of all kinds have proven their staying power in fashion. It’s no exception this year.
We’re taking style cues from "Beetlejuice" this spring and it seems to be working beautifully whether you’re going for nautical or a Tim Burton chic look.
4. Mod (Black And White/Checkers)
We love when iconic trends from the past are brought back. Kirsten Dunst and Jessica Alba were amongst those emulating a chessboard this spring.
5. Dramatic Ruffles
They’re everywhere! You can’t escape the ruffle. They’re on shoulders, hemlines and all over the red carpet in decadent layers. Ruffles add that perfect flirty detailing to make an otherwise run of the mill frock a conversation starter.
6. Bright jewel tones
Bright colours are a given for spring and this season, rich jewel tones in solid colours were seen on celebrities like Emma Stone, Julianne Hough and Rachel Bilson.
We thought we had left these behind in fifth grade but stars like Victoria Secret model Alessandra Ambrosio have brought dungarees back into the present for a too cool for school look that’s perfect for a warm spring day.
8. Bold Prints
Make a statement by wearing tribal prints, exaggerated animals prints, giant hummingbirds and postage stamps on your clothing like many celebs are doing this year.
9. Lightweight Coloured Leather
We’ll never tire of leather so we’re really glad that designers are now using the fabric in alternative ways. It has the fashion longevity that denim has because of its versatility and ability to adapt to every season. It shouldn’t even be called a trend at this point.
10. Statement Sunglasses
See the world through funky, colourful sunglasses this spring because everyone else will be doing the same. Celebs like Rihanna are making sunglasses the focal point of their outfits and while we may not be in sunny Los Angeles, we have noticed Mr. Golden Sun sticking around for a bit longer everyday.