The Reverse Mullet Top: Party In The Front, Business In The Back

April 13, 2011 by Charlotte Steinway
shefinds | Celebrity
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Audrina Partridge, Ashley Tisdale, and Kourtney Kardashian all bring new meaning to coat-tails.

Circle cut tee, belly-baring top, “graduated hem” shirt (thanks, Topshop), whatever proper term for this trend may be, we kind of love this new slouchy t-shirt look.  But since the hem in the front is significantly shorter than the hem in the back, these “reverse mullet tops” mean that when you lift your arms up past your shoulders, you’ve got yourself a bordering on Spring Break-worthy party, while the longer cape-style back keeps it all business. Although it may seem counter-intuitive to own a shirt that’s made to look like it’s falling off, this slouchy look just screams comfort chic. Hey, for all we know, these could be this decade’s take on Juicy sweats.

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