How to wear a crop top the classy way

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crop top sweater: Romwe | bag: vintage, similar look under $50 | button down: older, similar here that’s under $10 and comes in blush!| pants: H&M find from Sweden, almost EXACT version here for under $50!!!!! | Shoes: Valentino dupes from Zulily!

Hello my lovely friends!

For all you Midwestern girls out there you know it can be 80 degrees one day and 40 the next so you need to mix your warm and cold weather clothes! So today I thought I would share one way to warm/class up a crop top!

Let’s be honest… it’s almost never appropriate to wear a midriff-bearing shirt. To clarify, I’m not saying it’s bad to show a sliver of belly while wearing a crop top and high waisted jeans/shorts or while wearing overalls. In fact, I personally think showing a sliver of abs can look cute without being overly sexual… as long as every other *cough* reproductive region of your body is FULLY covered. Does that make sense at all?

I probably didn’t word it right, but I think you get the picture.

Most well-dressed fashionistas have the rule: highlight only one asset at a time.

And they follow this even if they don’t realize it.

To prove my point I’ll make a list of places it’s appropriate to wear a crop top that shows a bunch of midriff:

1. the lake

2. the ocean

3. at a cheer squad carwash (lol i’m kidding)

Do you agree? Would you bare your midriff? Join the crop top convo below!

Xo,

Kellie

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