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CROP IS THE TOP?

The fash­ion cycle closed again and crop tops came to us from the 80s and 90s. This piece of cloth­ing will deserved­ly make the images fem­i­nine, play­ful and roman­tic, which is very use­ful regard­less of the time of year.

First, let’s fig­ure out what a crop top is. This is a wom­en’s blouse or jack­et that does not reach the mid­dle of the abdomen. Madon­na, Brit­ney Spears, Christi­na Aguil­era, as well as the trend for aer­o­bics or ori­en­tal dances, con­tributed to its pop­u­lar­i­ty. Now there are also quite a few celebri­ties using crop tops in their wardrobes.

How to intro­duce a crop top into your wardrobe for a mod­ern girl? There are sev­er­al offers that can be absolute­ly safe­ly used by quite dif­fer­ent beau­ties, because among mod­ern crop tops you can find both ele­gant and sophis­ti­cat­ed mod­els, com­fort­able sports­wear, and bright and sexy ones.

Busi­ness image.

Com­bine a basic top with a jack­et, over­sized jack­et or vest and bold­ly move up the career lad­der or shine in impor­tant nego­ti­a­tions. Espe­cial­ly if you pick up culottes, palaz­zo trousers or a straight sil­hou­ette.

Every­day look.

Here you absolute­ly can com­bine the crop with jeans, volu­mi­nous cardi­gans, over­sized shirts, even wear under a T‑shirt, but choose it with slits to achieve a lay­ered effect. Don’t set­tle for basic tops: ties, dif­fer­ent lengths of sleeves, turtle­necks, prints… just buy one and by chang­ing com­pan­ions you’ll col­lect good bows only “around” one thing.

Roman­tic image.

Light capes, fly­ing or vice ver­sa tight-fit­ting skirts (look at silk), ultra-short shorts. All this will per­fect­ly cre­ate a mood of love, regard­less of the cir­cum­stances.

In fact, you can go on and on with vari­a­tions of crop-top looks, but still, the best solu­tion would be to at least try on this most trendy piece of cloth­ing. Also, do not get hung up on the size — after all, with the right sup­ply and select­ed com­pan­ions, the crop empha­sizes the waist and fem­i­nine forms. The main thing is to main­tain a bal­ance between light zest and vul­gar­i­ty. Light intrigue in the image always works flaw­less­ly.

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