Hailey Bieber showed her amazingly toned stomach last Monday while wearing a small white crop top made by an Australian fashion brand that costs only $55 – so much less than the eye-watering price tags she normally prefers.
Justin Bieber’s wife, who is now 23 wore the ‘Easy Days’ white bracelet from White Fox Boutique together with mid-rise shorts in a selfie she posted to an Instagram story.
Manufactured from broderie cotton, her top has small frilled sleeves and a shockingly low cut front which ties between the breasts.
Hailey, born in Arizona and now living in a luxurious Beverly Hills mansion with her famous husband, is not the first American celebrity to wear White Fox. Earlier this year, Khloe Kardashian and Paris Hilton also posted photos wearing this brand.
Even though the skimpy cut is not something that suits everyone, it’s been supported by some of the world’s most popular influencers.
Fitness model Skye Wheatley has posted some sexy photos on Instagram wearing the ‘lace-up milkmaid bra’ recently.
The intriguing design has also been seen in the UK. A blogger from London Liana Tambini has paired it with a $55 skirt.
The influencers’ favorite top is made comes in sizes from extra small to extra large, but the medium size has been sold out online.
You can buy tops of similar styles from Verge Girl, which is a fast-fashion brand started by sisters Daniella Dionyssiou and Natalia Suesskow back when they were teens in 2007.
The so-called “lace-up milkmaid bra” is the newest part of risky clothing taking the fashion industry by storm, it quickly occupied its place among the spiciest trends of this year. Women who are aware of all the latest trends have tried on fragile strips of fabric attached with just a string as backless tops.
This shape reminds of the ’90s scarf tops, the square silk scarves that were folded into triangles and tied around the bust.
But the latest form of this top is even more dangerous, kept in place just by tiniest straps connected around the neck and back. Not for the reserved, the provocative design reveals every inch of the back as well as a pretty large glimpse of the chest area – certainly not for conservative people.
Moreover, the ‘cool’ brands are selling such tops, too. Clothes with bold designs are available from Trois, I Am Gia, etc. So the ‘cool’ girls are catching up. For example, a model from Melbourn Shanina Shaik was seen in a pink ‘napkin’ made by an Australian designer Natalie Rolt on a dinner in St Tropez on July, 25.
Waiting to see even more stunning outfits with revealing tops from our favorite celebs in the nearest future!