How To style EVERY Type Of Crop Top This Summer

Hi Everyone,

It's that time of year when our outfits are getting a bit airer and a bit more flowy.

Everywhere we look, tops are getting trimmed and chopped in all sorts of ways — from the sexy, bustier cuts to the boxy, slouchy silhouettes. Yes, this is the season for the crop top.

Since, I love experimenting...Hence the moment I saw this new range of crop tops at MissaMore, I decided to style it immediately.

This shape is the most versatile and universal to wear, and it works well, from anyone with a petite frame to a woman with curves. 

Depending on the shape you get, you can style this a million awesome ways. 
Here are few of them -
 1. This crop looks great with a flippy, mid-length skirt and a pair of sneakers or sandals to bring it to night.

2. It's really flattering when worked with a longer, pleated skirt with a black leather jacket layered over it.

3. The crop tops actually work for all shapes and sizes, but be mindful of what goes on the bottom. The trick is to NEVER show more than a two-finger gap from your waistband to the base of your crop top.

4. If you want your legs to look a little longer, pair a crop top with a high-waisted palazzo pant and you will keep people guessing when those pins begin and end.

5. This crop-top style is also great for work. Pair this with a high-waisted trouser and a fun heel to make the look a bit more feminine, and you're all set.

6. A beautiful way to accentuate the waist and show off your tush is to pair the button-up crop with a fitted pencil skirt. Love your curves! Have fun and play with pattern and color on the bottom.

7. My personal favorite way to wear this shape is in a tighter fit, and pair it with a high-waisted, denim button-down miniskirt and loafers for an overall cool-girl look.

8. If you love to wear a necklace or two, this is time to wear chokers. It's the perfect top to really show off your favorite pieces.

9. Since the shape is generally boxy for casual wear, it's nice to pair this with a dark, skinny denim and flats.

10. If you want to try this style for a more dressed-up, formal look, it's actually fun to go the opposite of what makes sense and do a volume-on-volume style, pairing it with an oversized, wide-leg pant.

Till next time....Keep it STYLISH By Nature !! 
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