"Second-Skin" Tops Are Trending, and These 20 Are the Coolest

I have yet to meet a bold and practical trend I didn't like, and "second-skin" tops are no exception. "Second-skin" tops are essentially any top that grazes so close to your body, it might as well be a second layer of skin. While that might sound rather repulsive, the tops themselves are so stunning, you'll forget all about the trend name. This trend has been bubbling for a while now with brands like Ganni and Marine Serre leading the pack for quite a while, but quite recently we learned the trend will be a big deal again come spring 2021 so naturally, we had to come to you and spill the tea. 

If you ask me, "second-skin" tops are pure magic. They are relevant across every season, are easy to wear, layer, and style, and come in so many variations and price points meaning there is one for every style type out there. Ahead, I have gathered images of some of my favourite fashion girls donning the trend as of late, in addition to the best "second-skin" tops I could find on the market. Not to scare you or anything, but you're about to leave this story with carts so full, you won't know what to do with them, so good luck! 

Prepare to see quite a few Ganni tops in this roundup—they are my all-time favourites. 

There's something so soothing about this minty watercolour print. 

Breathe new life into your black jeans with this bold top. 



If you're not into colour, this one's for you. 

If you're not familiar with this brand yet, click in and start shopping ASAP. 

Prepare to receive tons of compliments in this top. 

Choosing just one Chopova Lowena top to include was beyond difficult. 





From the colour to the seams, there is nothing not to love about this top. 



The price that can't be beat. 

I already own this one and can promise you it is perfect. 





The growing popularity of these moon tops does not seem to be slowing down any time soon. 



Told you I would be including a lot of Ganni. 



Blue jeans and sneakers are all this one needs. 

This piece originally appeared on Who What Wear U.S. 

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