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Fashion trends 2018: Models flash in underboob crop tops in latest craze

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BREAST IN SHOW: Emily Ratajkowsi is among the celebs to try out the racy trend

Barely-there fashion has proven to be a big hit in 2018.

After naked dresses featured on the catwalk, racy designs began making their way to the high-street.

We’ve seen tiny hot-pants and saucy chainmail outfits, but now a new trend has started taking over.

Brave fashion fans are now flaunting their underboobs in tiny tops.

Pretty Little Thing is among the affordable retailers that are stocking the breast-flashing garments.

One of their items is a strappy black top that features cut-out detailing on the chest.

Another PLT number that’s bound to turn heads is a racerback style white top.

On the website, the model’s bust hangs beneath the skimpy tee.

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TOP OF THE POPS: These cheeky garments leave nothing to the imagination

While this trend may not seem the most wearable one out there, it has caught on in the celebrity world.

In recent weeks, Emily Ratajkowski flaunted her enviable figure in a white tank top.

If the flimsy nipple-flashing material wasn’t enough to set her fans pulses’ racing, the cut of the tee did the trick.

The quarter-length top left her underboob completely exposed.

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BACK TO REALITY: Love Island star Georgia Harrison has also given the tops a go

The model isn’t the only one to rock the scantily-clad look.

Underboob fashion is also being sported by reality TV stars.

Earlier this year, Georgia Harrison paired an extreme cropped T-shirt with a pair of jeans.

And her Love Island co-stars have also been testing out the revealing style on the beach.

This isn’t the only raunchy craze to take off this year.

Previously, we revealed that ASOS is selling crotchless jeans.

And last month, sheer fabric was all the rage at Vancouver Fashion Week.

Source: dailystar.co.uk

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