Just because fall is coming doesn’t mean you should stop showing off those amazing abs and magnificent midriffs. Crop top season doesn’t stop when summer does because you can very well continue wearing this trendy piece during the earlier days of fall when the weather isn’t too cold yet but already has that chilly feel to it. Here are some cozy ways to wear a crop top for fall.
- WITH (LONG) SLEEVES – buying your first crop top? Don’t worry, it’s not too late. Choose one with the sleeves, though, to help keep you warm. Long sleeved crop top s can be paired with a number of things to make it fall-perfect. My favorite one would have to be a long sleeved crop top and maxi dress combo because it’s so chic and girly and it’s really easy to pull off as well.
- LAYERED ON TOP – we all know layers are always good for adding more detail and personality to your look but aside from that, layers can also help you keep warm during the colder days of fall and winter. There are lots of different looks that you can pull off by layering your crop top with something else. Wearing it on top of a collared shirt is a great way to channel your preppy style while wearing it on top of a dress makes for the perfect street style girly look.
- LAYERED UNDERNEATH – another way to style your crop top for fall is to layer it underneath your outerwear of choice. An easy combo would be a crop top worn with a classic trench coat on top but feel free to create your own look by mixing and matching, too. Leather jackets, maxi cardigans, statement coats – these are just some of the things that go really well with a crop top for fall.
- IN DARK COLORS – if it isn’t too cold where you live then you’re lucky because you get to wear crop tops more than those who live in colder areas. To give the everyday ordinary crop top a more fall-ish vibe, opt for ones that come in deeper, darker and richer hues like oxblood, navy, chocolate brown or the ever so reliable black.
- KNITTED OR CROCHETED – we’ve always associated knits with the colder seasons like fall and winter so if you’re looking for ways to give crop tops a new spin for fall, why not knit / crochet one yourself? Don’t worry, if you don’t know how to do it, you can always buy a knitted / crocheted crop top from your favorite brands instead.