Crop Top Season: How To Pull It Off No Matter Your Shape
Crop Top It Like It’s Hot 🔥🔥🔥
So here in Florida it’s hot. Like really hot. And ladies love to wear things that are comfortable but also usually a little revealing (this isn’t necessarily a bad thing now!) Crop Tops are one of those amazing outfit choices that do both.
In the recent years we’ve seen a lot of diversity and inclusion of many things. Yay for progress! But one that we can appreciate for ourselves and definitely our clients is body inclusivity. We all come in different shapes and sizes and this step for body positivity within the fashion industry is great. And while being cognitive of dressing for your body type, it typically equates to creating an illusion to a different type of body — that of the hourglass figure — and that’s mainly because we humans love symmetry. It’s a sense of balance. But In order to dress for your body type, you have to know exactly what accentuates your best features and clothes help us whether it’s the color, material, fit, etc. It’s all to highlight our best features, not necessarily to change it.
So here’s How To Select Crop Tops For Every Body Shape from URhokas
1. Hourglass Bare a sliver of skin at the narrowest point of your waist, pairing the top with a high-waisted pencil skirt, midi skirt or pants to really accentuate your core. Show off cleavage to create a greater proportion of skin, or if you’d like to keep your chest in check, tuck into a high-collared top for a sleek look.
2. Pear Draw attention to your awesome waist and shoulders with a wide neckline or shoulder-baring top. If you’re feeling extra playful, go all out with a wildcard piece and balance it out with solid, neutral bottoms.
3. Apple Look for a sleek, structured top that draws attention to your waist, with wide necklines and clean lines all over the look. Pair with an A-line skirt for the ultimate wow factor.
4. Rectangle Rock a structured or bustier-style crop, and don’t be afraid to try out wild patterns — your frame won’t get lost in them! Bare major midriff if you want, and pair it with a full skirt.
5. Athletic Show off your toned frame with feminine frills, looser looks that drape just so over your fabulous abs, or an ultra-short crop if you’re so inclined, because why not? Pair with skinny jeans or a full skirt.
6. Petite Go for tops that have a curve across the midriff rather than straight lines. If you’re going for a look that’s flow-y at the waist, consider a top that’s well-fitted at the chest and shoulders to define your shape under all that fabric. Choose a straight-down, solid-colored bottom or a short, flared skirt and heels to even out proportions.