Hailey Bieber, 23, shows off her toned stomach in a sassy white top from an Australian fashion label – and you can get your hands on it for just $ 55
- Hailey Bieber showed off her tight midriff in a tiny white crop top on Instagram
- The $ 57 design comes from Australian fashion label White Fox Boutique
- Justin Bieber’s model woman, 23, paired it with jeans and earrings
- Hailey is the latest American celebrity to be seen in White Fox attire
- Khloe Kardashian and Paris Hilton have both worn the brand on social media
Hailey Bieber showcased her enviably tight stomach in a tiny white crop top from an Australian fashion label on Monday that costs just $ 55 – far from the eye-watering designer price tags she usually opts for.
Justin Bieber’s 23-year-old wife wore White Fox Boutique’s ‘Easy Days’ lace bralette with mid-cut jeans in a selfie posted to her Instagram story.
The top is made of broiderie anglaise cotton, has short ruffled sleeves and a dangerously low-cut front that locks between the breasts, exposing the entire chest and midriff except for the nipples.
Hailey, who was born in Arizona but now lives with her music icon husband in a $ 12 million Beverly Hills mansion, is the latest American celebrity to wear White Fox after Khloe Kardashian and Paris Hilton took photos of it earlier this year. brand.
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Hailey Bieber wearing Australian fashion label White Fox Boutique’s $ 57 ‘Easy Days’ crop top in a photo posted to her Instagram story on Aug. 10
While the skimpy cut is certainly not to everyone’s taste, it is endorsed by some of the world’s greatest influencers.
Top Queensland fitness model Skye Wheatley has shared several enticing Instagram shots over the past few months, wearing the lace-up milkmaid bra.
The provocative design has also made it to the UK, where London blogger Liana Tambini has worn it with a $ 55 matching skirt.
The top is made in sizes extra small to extra large, but medium is already sold out online.
Similar styles are available from Verge Girl, a fast fashion brand launched by Brisbane sisters Daniella Dionyssiou, 32, and Natalia Suesskow, 30, when they were teenagers in 2007.
Queensland fitness model Skye Wheatley (left) and London influencer Liana Tambini (right) wear White Fox Boutique’s ‘Easy Days’ crop and matching ‘Bucket List’ skirt
Texas style blogger Chrystal Saint-Clair wears the ‘Easy Days’ crop in black
The ‘milkmaid lace-up bra’ is the latest bold piece to dominate the fashion industry, with ‘mens’ boxer shorts worn as high-waisted hot pants and ‘napkin tops’ among this year’s hottest trends.
Style-conscious women have turned to thin strips of fabric tied with string like backless tops, which is why sartorial giant Who What Wear christened the ‘napkin’.
Its silhouette is reminiscent of 90s scarves, square silk scarves folded into triangles and tied around the bust.
But the modern reinvention is even more risky, held in place only by barely-there straps around the neck and back.
Chicago fashion influencer Dana Nozime wears a napkin top by Australian label All Things Golden in an Instagram photo on March 11
Not much there: French fashion blogger Marta Cygan wears a black ‘napkin’ top that shows her back and sides
Not for the faint of heart, the revealing design shows every inch of the back and a generous glimpse of the chest – which rules it out for conservative dressers.
Still, all the ‘cool’ labels sell them, with bold designs available from I Am Gia, Trois and current ‘It’ brand, Cult Gaia in various flesh-flashing materials.
And all the ‘cool’ girls pick them up, including Melbourne model Shanina Shaik who paired a blush pink ‘napkin’ by Australian designer Natalie Rolt with white linen pants for dinner in St Tropez on July 25.
That seems like the sartorically accepted way to style the trend, by dampening the overt sexiness with tailored pants or loose-fitting jeans.