Sure, we love the look of a crop top, but we tend to start stress eating a doughnut at the mere thought of trying to pull one off. Well, it may be time to make that pit stop at Dunkin' Donuts. Because, if Alexander Wang and Tibi's runway shows taught us anything, it's that the belly-baring trend is going absolutely nowhere this season. Meaning you have to at least try one — if you haven’t already, of course.
But, before you make that emergency call to your trainer, just listen up. You don’t have to marry the treadmill to play with the midriff proportions this spring. All it takes is a little styling finesse to pull one off in your everyday life — yep, we’re talking for play and work here. Whether you want to show a bit of tummy for a night out or are looking for a way to pull off the shape sans skin showing (yes, it’s possible), we’ve mapped out our ultimate guide on how to make the extra-short top work for you. Because, pulling off a key spring trend shouldn't be a tall order.
Following her stint on Broadway in Cabaret, Michelle Williams is back on the big screen — which means she's also back on the newsstand. The Oscar-nominated actress has posed for the April 2015 cover of Elle UK ahead of her starring role in Suite Française. Oh, how we missed those platinum locks and Louis Vuitton duds. read
We're anxious for warmer temperatures, yes. But, not everyone shares the enthusiasm for bikini season of, say, Sports Illustrated readers. Most women have some gripe or another about swimwear — and two-pieces can prove especially trying. Maybe you struggle to find sets that flatter your figure, tops that stay put, read