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Fashionista NOW: Crop Top Long Bottom Fashion Inspiration

Credit | Ronah

How to wear crop tops when the weather is still a bit cold.

Crop tops are best teamed up with high-waisted everything.

I used to think that the belly button needs to be highlighted when crop tops are in the fashion equation but hey, a slither of the midriff can be the flash of flesh you need, especially when it’s still a tad nippy, right?

Without further ado, let’s jump in, shall we?

What Styles Of Pants To Wear With Crop Tops?

Mom Jeans

| Vivi Valenzuela

Love how mom jeans just go with crop tops. With the right footwear, you can opt for a semi-chic or casual look.

High-Waisted Patterned Trousers

| Marion Lemos

You can edge it up by wearing a fitted crop top with a high-waisted patterned trousers and boots.

Palazzo Pants

| Sarah K.

Don’t forget flowy palazzos. They can be the perfect bottom to partner up with your crop tops.

High-Waisted Skinny Jeans With Knee Rips

| Sheila Joy

Wear with a properly high-waisted skinny jeans with the much-loved knee-rips.

Low-Ride Skinny Jeans

| Ria Michelle

If your belly button begs to be out and about, choose a skinny jeans that ride a little lower. Genius!

Boyfriend Jeans

| Essy Noir

Wear with cuffed jeans of the boyfriend persuasion. Instead of rips, choose a pair with a mildly distressed vibe and appliques of Beavis and Butt-Head.

How are you personally wearing your crop tops now? Be sure to drop your thoughts down below as I love reading them!

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