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13 Crop Top/Bralette Sets and Two Piece Jumpsuits

No one really knows what they are called. But these crop top/bralette sets and two piece jumpsuits are perfect for the spring and summer festival season.

Australian people are wearing crop top sets to music festivals right now. Since they live one day in the future and it’s summer there now it follows that the fashion trend must be headed this way.

It doesn’t cost a lot to buy a shorts set because they are just a small amount of fabric and stitching. Look for interesting details such as a sexy cutout back, interesting fabrics and cool straps that criss cross. Expect to pay more for handmade designs with beading, fringe or metal work.

The following selection of two piece sets includes flowing bohemian garb suitable for Coachella. While the black mesh and lace up sides are better for Ultra Music Festival, EDC or Tomorrowland.

1. Rachel Allan


The Rachel Allen Two Piece Beaded Floral Chiffon Dress ($498) is inspired by traditional Mexican folk dancers, in a modern take that includes cold shoulders, a sweetheart neckline and a scoop back.

2. X by NBD

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The X by NBD Geneva Top (On sale for $104) and Eliza Skirt (On sale for $104) are made of sheer nylon with a beaded embellishment throughout. Revolve calls NBD the “go to” for party girls.

3. Urban Outfitters

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The UO Corduroy Button-Down Cropped Top ($29) coordinates perfectly with the UO Corduroy Button Down Skirt ($49). Wear it alone during spring and summer, then layer it during the fall.

4. Nasty Gal

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From Nasty Gal the Growing Together Bralette and Skirt Set (On sale for $50) is made from a satiny polyester in bright pink with an Asian inspired floral jacquard design and a plunging neckline.

5. Fashion Nova

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The Hot Stuff Fluff Matching Set ($49.99) at Fashion Nova is available in Black, Mustard and Burgundy. The nylon faux fur has an unusual texture that is fuzzy and soft to the touch.

6. Forever 21

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The Forever 21 Sheer Strappy Fishnet Lingerie Set ($35) has an edgier vibe suitable for wearing over pasties at EDM festivals. The matching bikini bottoms feature a cut that is literally cheeky.

7. Tobi

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At Tobi the Bold Statement Black Lace Up Set (On sale for $35) has lace up detailing and a choker neck. The model wears hers under a loose fitting denim trucker jacket for additional coverage.

8. Missguided

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The Missguided Nude Lace Frill Bralet (On sale for $11) is meant to be worn with the Nude Lace Frill Shorts (On sale for $16). The form fitting cut and neutral fabric looks like a naked dress.

9. Chic Me

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The Glittering Strapless Cropped High Waist Slinky Suit Set ($26.99) available from Chic Me is a simple pattern made from glittery material. The shorts set comes in Gold, Black and Wine Red.

10. A’gaci

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The A’gaci Galaxy Tie Dye Two Piece Set (On sale for $23.93) is bohemian and futuristic at the same time. Wear it with a shit load of body glitter to give the appearance of a twinkling universe.


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The Khaki High Neck Floral Pattern Sleeveless Sexy Two Piece Outfit ($20.99) has a retro pattern of sunflowers, plus the desirable cut out back with tie straps and flouncing shorts.

12. Boohoo

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At Boohoo the Halloween Imy Skeleton Crop and Skirt Set (On sale for $20) is leftover from Halloween, so you can look goth and feminine. Pair it with platform boots and black lipstick.


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Captains will like the Two Piece Striped Shorts Set ($15.99) that is for sale at OASAP. It looks like a sailor suit with the vertical blue stripes and matching crop top that ties snugly around the chest.

Basically there are bohemian two piece jumpers and shorts sets. But there are trendier fishnet, mesh and tie up designs with super short shorts that can be technically called crop top sets as well.

To learn more about not wearing pants read getting the best bodysuit for your buck.


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Elizabeth de Moya has contributed to DJ Mag, DJ TechTools, LA Weekly and Thump (Vice). She has a BA in Linguistics from UC Berkeley.