Sales of 'underboob' baring pin tops surge by 78%

Is this summer’s most daring trend yet? Sales of barely-there ‘pin tops’ that tie at the front surge by 78% after being spotted on A-listers Megan Fox and Bella Hadid

  • The barely-there pin top has become a huge trend with Hollywood A-listers
  • Also known as a ‘curtain reveal top’, the pin top looks like a small cropped cardigan with a string tie or safety pin keeping it together to reveal ‘underboob’ 
  • This week, actor Megan Fox was pictured in a Jacquemus cherry-red pin top, prompting searches for the item to skyrocket by 52 per cent in the 48 hours 

Sales of barely-there pin-tops that have become a popular way for A-listers to flash some some flesh have surged in the last two weeks as the thread-bare look is set to become one of the biggest trends for the final weeks of summer. 

Also known as a ‘curtain reveal top’, the pin top  looks like a small cropped cardigan with a string tie or safety pin keeping it together.

Worn over the shoulders, and with nothing underneath, the celeb-approved look barely covers the wearer’s modesty.  

Sales of barely-there pin-tops that have become a popular way for A-listers to flash some some flesh have surged in the last two weeks as the thread-bare look is set to become one of the biggest trends for the final weeks of summer. Megan Fox is pictured in LA in a pintop

Described as being ‘being universally adopted by the It-girls’ by Vogue, the pin top been spotted on supermodels including  Kendall Jenner, Bella Hadid, Emily Ratajkowski, Kaia Gerber, and Hailey Bieber.

This week, actor Megan Fox was pictured in a Jacquemus cherry-red pin top, prompting searches for the item to skyrocket by 52 per cent in the 48 hours.

This week, fashion data website Lyst reported searches for ‘front tie top’, ‘lace up top’ and ‘pin top’ has searched 78 per cent in the last fortnight.  

It follows the ‘midriff-flossing’ trend which became popular last summer and  saw models pose with a crisscross tie detailing their torso and waistline.   

Sales of barely-there pin-tops that have become a popular way for A-listers to flash some some flesh have surged in the last two weeks as the thread-bare look is set to become one of the biggest trends for the final weeks of summer. Pictured: Emily Ratajkowski in the look in New York in June

Bella Hadid wears a black ribbed opened cardigan – or ‘pin top’ as she attends Paris Fashion Week

Described as being ‘being universally adopted by the It-girls’ by Vogue, the pin top been spotted on supermodels including Kendall Jenner, Bella Hadid, Emily Ratajkowski, Kaia Gerber, and Hailey Bieber (pictured)

It’s also part of a wider trend of highlighting breasts in a new ways – a step away from classic pushed up ‘Wonderbra cleavage’.

Just one quick scroll through social media confirms that skimpy wrap tops which reveal your midriff and underboob by tying fabric around your neck in a halter style have become this season’s must-have look. 

Celebrities and influencers alike have been sporting the daring style all over Instagram and Twitter, with fashion brand PrettyLittleThing reporting an 841 per cent increase in searches since the trend began.  

Bella Hadid sported the pin top look during London Fashion week in January -opting to make it denim

Stepping out: Kendall Jenner took to Instagram to showcase her ultra sultry resort wear

With the look dominating online, it is quickly becoming the must-have top for fashionistas, with the likes of Maya Jama, Molly-Mae Hague and Kylie Jenner embracing the trend. 

This year’s crop of Love Island contestants are jumping on the trend too, with Faye, Millie Court and Rachel Finni all donning bikini versions of the trend in the villa. 

But according to celebrity stylist Rochelle White, the trend isn’t here to stay.

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Speaking exclusively to FEMAIL, she said: ‘I have been noticing this trend a lot of celebrities and reality TV stars.

‘I think this is a trend and a moment that will pass and might not be one to stay.

‘The style of this usually is a scarf wrapped around the top half of the body to create the look, but with some tops this is the actual style.

‘I think this look is all about adding the extra lift to support and gives a dramatic look to any outfit or swimwear.’

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