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Sunday, January 27, 2013

Crop-TopShop

Personally I am loving this trend.
Don't think Britney Spears in the 90's.
The current trend is not as revealing and much more sophisticated.
Below are three ultra chic ways to style a crop top.
Personally I love the casual t-shirt versions. You can go all out casual or dress them up.
Just try to remember the #1 rule..don't show too much skin.
High-waisted pieces are almost always a must.
Layering over top with an oversized jacket or blazer will give the look an urban edge. 





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Lena Antonacci said...

Love this! I saw one I love in a turtleneck style but couldn't permit myself to buy it. My baby belly is not there yet :(

Lena xoxo
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Elsa said...

Looove this trend!

Kisses honey
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B Allen @ What2Wear said...

its taken me a couple of months to warm up to this trend...and now i think its so unexpectedly chic!!!
brooke @ what2wear

The Chic Sheet said...

Hahahaha. We must be on the same brain waves or something because with the temps being in the high 60's here next week I was already planing to rock a cropped top for one of my style posts! :)


XX,
Miranda

April Giannosa said...

Oh...I do like this trend! I tryed it during the summer with some high-waisted skirts (just tied up my shirt)! Yes...much more classy than before!

April
Knocked Up Fabulous

BonBon Rose Girls Kristin said...

Wish my crop days weren't over! :(

amanda said...

I am loving this trend and cannot wait until its warm enough to take to the street. LOVE IT.

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amanda
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