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ASOS Is Selling A Crop Top For Men And We Are Living For It

ASOS Is Selling A Crop Top For Men And We Are Living For It

We've seen our fair share of bizarre fashion trends this year, from the denim thong on sale at Pretty Little Thing, to Fashion Nova's garter jeans and to be perfectly honest, we're living for it.

2018 really does seem to be the year that girls have said sod it to the fashion rule book, and just started wearing whatever the heck they feel like wearing.

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After months of unusual women's fashion trends coming out the woodwork, it looks like it's finally time for the fellas to catch up in the world of bizarre clothing.

Credit: ASOS
Credit: ASOS

That's all thanks to ASOS' newest addition - the male crop top.

Yep, a lot of men work hard in the gym perfecting those abs so it seems unfair that their usual wardrobe doesn't allow them to show it off. Meanwhile, there are men who are equally as proud of their dad bods, and that's great too as they can finally get 'em out and call it fashion.

According to ASOS, it comes in small, medium, or large, but in reality it only seems to come in one size and that is super small.

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Credit: ASOS
Credit: ASOS

Online, we are told that it "fits you just right" and is perfect "for when less is more" but how much does this slinky little number set you back, we hear you ask.

Well, it's currently retailing at £10 although we're pretty sure you could snap up your own with the help of a £2.50 Primark vest and a pair of scissors but each to their own.

While we imagine there might be nay-sayers out where who are wondering what the heck is going on with the world but the truth is, it's 2018 and men and women should be able to wear whatever the hell they want - whether that be a mini skirt or a pair of long johns.

Personally, we can't wait to see this filter its way into the night clubs.

Featured Image Credit: ASOS

Topics: Style News, Fashion, ASOS

Emma Rosemurgey

Emma Rosemurgey is an NCTJ trained Junior Journalist at Tyla. She graduated from the University of Central Lancashire in Preston and started her career in regional newspapers before joining the team in 2017. Contact her on [email protected]

 

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