From tracks to sidewalks, Y2K style is everywhere right now. And from 2000s queen Bella Hadid to Dua Lipa and Olivia Rodrigo, it seems like everyone’s embracing one nostalgic throwback in particular: the butterfly top.
When researching this trend, I dug deep into the archives of the late 90s and early 2000s. there are a few notable fashion moments that really defined the era. Who could forget Naomi Campbell’s iconic butterfly-inspired Versace dress from 1999, or Emmanuel Ungaro’s glittering butterfly crop top and Mariah Carey’s denim look?
Today, all of our favorite celebrities are rocking (sorry, not sorry) in butterfly-inspired bra tops. Most recently, Vanessa Hudgens nailed the Coachella look in a teal creation from Area. The top looked perfect for the event and, with the UK festival season approaching at breakneck speed, I predict butterfly tops will be floating all over your Instagram feeds this summer.
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Dua Lipa was one of the early adopters of the butterfly top revival, with her own Versace moment at the Grammys last year and, most recently, helping propel another Area showstopper into all of our saved Insta images.
If you don’t have a spare £1000 to spend on A-list designer items then don’t worry because I found some great lookalike butterfly tops on good old high street then you can flap your wings with the best of them.
Me? I’m headed straight for this pink sequined beauty from Urban Outfitters. Go hard or go home, right?
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