Common misconception is that Crop Tops aren’t for everyone. Today we’re going to discuss that Crop Tops can be worn by almost anyone if you’re doing it right. Kim Kardashian’s is making it difficult for this trend to die while women are confused what to do. Today we are going to shoo away your fears and tell you how to wear them on all body-types. The point of a crop-top is to highlight the middle part of the ribcage, right between the waist and breasts. The fear is that you’re either too long, plus size, curvy or just pear shaped. OCI is right behind you once you find the solution with their Lulu’s Promo Codes.
Let’s look into these fears one by one.
If You’re Long
Things get really odd if you’re just… Long. We are here to tell you that they don’t have to be. Try out colorful crop-tops, they will look amazing on you. Try out various printed and vibrant ones, combine it with a midi-length skirt in order to streamline the eye from head to the toe. Keep in mind that the skirt needs to be in one solid color, this will help you minimize height without making you look short.
If you’re Plus-Size
We are here to tell you that you being plus-size is not stopping you from wearing a crop-top, it’s only a mindset. You can pair a short or midi-length Crop Top with a high-waist skirt. This way only a small line of skin shows and if you want you can add a contrasting bright single-color, preferably white, vest can further draw eyes to the thin line. This produces a thinning effect like none other.
If you’re Curvy
Coming to that lady, you may have heard of her? Kim Kardashian? We are sure that’s the name that popped in your head when you read the word “Curvy”.. This apparel is a perfect way through which you can show-off your assets. All you need to do is follow a very basic tactic and that is to go with a cropper which hits right at your true waistline. Pair that with a bodycon pencil skirt that hits right below your knees and you’ll look divine and mesmerizing. We promise you that you will.
You are Pear-Shaped
Right now you must be scratching your head thinking “isn’t curvy and pear-shaped the same?” Well no, there is a huge difference actually. If you’re narrow at the top and wide at the hip then you’re pear-shaped. Now that we’ve got that figured out let’s get right to it then. You can try out a lighter color up top, white will be perfect, and this will make your upper part look a bit wider. This is to assist you in looking less bottom-wide. Add that with a pair of high-waist jeans and it will minimize your waist line even more, not to mention your hips too. You can even wear a blazer and we are sure it will add an extra effect of minimalism.
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