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The dos and don'ts of rocking a crop top

Shh, we won’t tell: You secretly wish you could pull off a crop top, but have no idea how to rock one! Working a crop top has nothing to do with your size or how flat your abs are. It’s all about the balance. If you’re showing skin here, cover up there. We’ve got dos and don’t that are guaranteed to make you look amazing!
 
DO: Wear a loose crop top with a full high waisted skirt. Make sure your top ends where the top of your skirt begins. 
DON’T: Leave a large gap of skin between the top and your skirt. 
 

 

Embellished Crop Top, $15, forever21.com 

 

DO: Wear a longer crop top (one that hits just below the belly button) with high-rise shorts.
DON’T: Pair a crop top with super low-rise shorts. Waayy too much information.
 

 
Brandy Melville Carlotta Grey Crop Top, $34, lulus.com

 

DO: Wear a short crop top with fringe or lace at the bottom. You’ll look right on trend (without showing too much skin!).
DON’T: Wear a crop top where the fringe or lace falls longer than your bottoms. Eek!
 


Ecote Cropped Fringe Beach Tee, $39, urbanoutfitters.com
 
 
 

BY ERIN MILLER ON 3/28/2012 12:00:00 AM

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