Monday, 25 December 2017

Different Ways Of Styling Your Crop Top December, 2017

Crop tops were the in thing during the 90s. Trendsetters like The Spice Girls and Britney Spears took the fashion world on a roller coaster ride with this style. Not sure what happened, but they suddenly went back into the hood during the 2000s. Thankfully they are back now – and with a bang! While all my friends were excited about this look, I, being the shy type, had my reservations about its suitability for all body types. It turns out, they are for everyone because there are probably like a million ways you can style them. And we will look at some of them today.

Crop top with a Long Skirt
Long skirts with T-shirts, shirts or flowing tops are a thing of the past. Now, it’s all about those crop tops. You can pair your long skirt with a flared or off-shoulder crop top and use accessories to amp your look.

Crop Top with a Lehenga
Combine the best of both the worlds by pairing a crop top with a lehenga or a long ethnic skirt. And, the best part about this is that your crop top can double up as a choli on more than one lehenga or worn with jeans, trousers, etc.

Crop Top With Denim Skirt
It is established that crop tops with midi, denim or maxi skirts are considered extremely modish and stylish. So, don’t fret too much the next time you have a sudden weekend plan. Just go for a denim skirt, a flowy top, and a statement neckpiece.

Crop Top with Jeans

One of the easiest ways of wearing your crop top is to just slide on a pair of jeans and pair it with it. You have absolutely nothing to worry about since it goes with all kinds of jeans – be it high waisted, mommy pants, flared or bootcut

Crop Top with Palazzo
Palazzos with crop tops are fun, airy, and elegant. You could dress up or down with your palazzo bottoms. Go for regular plain or printed palazzos with simple crop tops for everyday wear or a heavy silk palazzo with a chiffon crop top for a special event or a party

Keerthi bodagala,  born and brought up in Tirupathi, as she is from textiles business oriented family, got an interest about fabrics n went to NIFT Chennai and completed her graduation in fashion design, started her career and doing freelancing and conducting ramp Shows to showcase her designs. She has crowned as South India "Attitude Shining Star - 2017" on criteria of Attire, Attitude & Talent. The jury panel included Ashok Selvan, Tamil actor & Bina Sujit, Editor-in-Chief, JFW & Desinger Andy, Costume designer cum Stylist and Choreographer and Fashion Choreographer Raja Rajan, Vijay TV Fame(King of dance).

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