An informal yet sexy combo: two seemingly opposite styles such as a tailored-fit jacket and a brassiere create a sophisticated underground mood. A trend first seen on the catwalks that has now also invaded the street style. Jacquemus, who launched the crop top as a refined garment, chose basic fabrics such as linen and organic cotton in very soft shades such as aqua green and light pink, for models featuring the now famous ties that reveal your abs. Linen and silk embellish Etro's blazers, slightly oversized, impeccably cut, with single and double-breasted buttoning, which can be also worn with super mini-shorts for a mini-dress effect. Those who like to go to extremes can opt for the romantic charm of the tops by Zimmermann, crafted from floral or arabesque-printed georgette, or from broderie anglais with puffed sleeves that create an elegant contrast when worn with a masculine-inspired jacket.