As far as my closet is concerned, Summer days of fully clothed abdominal areas and legs are few and far between. Despite a sartorial catastrophe of reliving the 90's trend, I've managed to discover a chic approach to rocking a crop top without looking like Kelly Kapowski in all of her Saved By The Bell glory. We've shifted to a monochromatic look, guys. Let's do this.
In efforts to accredit my fellow small-chested women, crop tops seemingly work quite well with the boob-unfortunate. There's nothing obstructing the downward path while throwing it on over head, and might possibly go in the books as the quickest fashion piece to slap on. To counteract my lacking in the chest area, I've combatted it with a silky high-slit maxi skirt that consequently feels like I'm barely wearing any clothes. This may require an occasional, am I still wearing bottoms, glare from time to time, but it just might be the most comfortable piece of clothing that I own. While many of us don't have the satisfaction of sporting DD's, abdominal areas and legs are the next best points to accentuate.
Combining this look with an early morning P90X workout and abdominal circuit, the viewer can't possibly notice the chest area. Winning.
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What I'm rocking:
Top by ATIKSHOP
Skirt by EXPRESS
Necklace by ALDO
Bracelet ℅ Alex and Ani
Shoes by Biondini Paris
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