Time to Start Those Crunches: The Crop-Top Trend is Still Going Strong for Spring

by Amy Wicks


Richard Chai Love Spring 2014 runway. Photos by Thomas Iannaccone/WWD.Richard Chai Love Spring 2014 runway. Photos by Thomas Iannaccone/WWD.
I may need to rethink my ban on crop tops next spring if I want to wear the new collections from Peter Som, Richard Chai, BCBG, and Organic by John Patrick because they have all been heavy on the bare midriff.

That's right, ladies. If you thought the crop-top trend was going away, think again.

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I consider these two looks from Richard Chai Love (above) my baby step into to crop tops. They show a little stomach, but not too much.

Peter Som's offerings are for the girl with a full-time gym membership (or is at least committed to a good stomach workout routine!).
Peter Som Spring 2014 runway. Photos by John Aquino/WWD.Peter Som Spring 2014 runway. Photos by John Aquino/WWD.

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This all-white look from BCBG is for the ultimate crop-top fan.
BCBG Spring 2014 runway. Photo by John Aquino/WWD.BCBG Spring 2014 runway. Photo by John Aquino/WWD.

What do you think of this crop-top trend for spring? Are you into it or over it? Have you been wearing crop tops this summer? Discuss!

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