How to rock a cropped top at the office

http://FinesseCurves.comThere is always a time and a place for a cropped top. Middrift is not appropriate for church (ahem: Kendall Jenner), and typically not for the office (too distracting).

However, when paired with a high-waisted bottom, the proportions are flattering and interesting. I paired this Fashion to Figure cropped top with these Jibri pants and an AVA&VIV blazer for a comfortable and fun look.

I love how the shape of these pants give my figure a different shape, and escentuate my waist. Just a side note: You will want to get the “mini slouch” pants if you are petite or already have wide hips. I am not too hippy, so I opted for the full slouch.

It’s all about proportions: If you are going to do a cropped top, make sure the look is balanced.

Here are some tips to slaying this look:

-Pairing this look with a jacket or blazer creates a slimming effect and offers more coverage. Try taking the jacket off for a great happy hour look.

-Opt for a cropped top that hits you right below your natural waist. Don’t opt for the skimpiest of tops – not the time/place.

-Pick a top with a high neckline to avoid showing too much skin.

Most importantly, have fun. Pair a cropped top with fun prints, midi skirts or pencil skirts.

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7 thoughts on “How to rock a cropped top at the office

  1. Love this outfit on you! I just did my first crop post and am excited to seek out more plus size crop posts! I also love those Jibri pants and have a similarly “shape altering” pair of pants that inspire me to make more geometric pieces. Great post!

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