New England. We are known for our clam chowder, but we are also known for our winters. Same as every year, we are plagued with sub-zero temperatures and mountains of snow. Although this season, we seem to be surpassing records with little to no effort. In fact, we have beaten the blizzard of ’78s snow totals by more than twenty inches over a thirty day period. The same can also be said for the amount of crop tops I have seen Fashionistas wear this semester. Usually, when people think of crop tops, they envision a warm, sunny day where the temperatures are in the ’80s. Now, this is completely understandable since retailers usually market crop tops as “what to wear” during the summer. Although, what if I told you that you could wear your crop tops during the winter? What if I told you that this choice would not make you look crazy or tacky, but instead fashionable? Wouldn’t you want to know how to pull this off?
If so, pay close attention to my fabulous Fashionista. She paired her white, form-fitting crop top with an oversized, fur coat. The vast size of this coat allows her to wrap it closely around her body as she walks from class to class. This is ingenious because now she won’t experience a draft. What’s more, she matched this top with a pair of black, high-waisted skinny jeans. This keeps her look modest while also elongating her legs. In my opinion, an exposed navel can look a little tacky, but this Fashionista proves that you can turn heads without having to bare it all. Lastly, this Fashionista chose a durable pair of boots that are perfect for commanding the slushy snow and ice that plague are pavements.
Want more options? How about a long-sleeved cropped sweater made out of fuzzy yarn? Keep yourself warm and stylish with this crop top by Hollister Co. What could be better?
What is your STYLE ADVICE OF THE WEEK? “Wear your outfits with confidence. A rockin’ outfit is bound to fall flat if you don’t have the right attitude.”