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Recycled Fashion Styled: Crop Top Fun (Part 1)

by Rebecca Weiner

May 14, 2014 | 10:01 am

A few posts ago, I talked about one of the biggest and budget-friendly trends for the spring, the crop top. I found a great white form-fitting crop top from my local thrift store and knew immediately that it would prove to be a really versatile addition to my wardrobe. I decided to try it out with two different skirts to see how I could make two very different but very fun and pretty outfits inspired by one simple (and CHEAP) top. 

 
 
 
 
I wanted to go with the fun vibe of the shirt and added a short skirt that I can wear high-waisted so I'm not showing too much skin. I am really into black and white together right now, but to break up the look I added a bright pop of color with these magenta heels. Too bad they just look pretty and aren't really wearable beyond a few photos (so I suppose if I just wanted to go somewhere to be photographed and then leave on someone's shoulders, they'd work!) What I'm really happy about is this amazing vintage leather purse with a gold chain I found at a thrift store. Every girl should have a chain strap purse, and this one is incredibly special. 
 
White Crop Top: Moda International, $4 thrifted
Black textured skater skirt: Target, $4 (clearance!)
Purple cap toe pumps: Target, $4 thrifted
Vintage black leather purse: $5 thrifted
Gold collar necklace: $5 via New Look (London)
 
 
Stay tuned for my next post showing off how a crop top looks with my favorite skirt: the maxi. As well, check out my website (and online store) www.thechickgoescheap.com
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My name is Rebecca and while I’m relatively new at blogging myself, I have been an avid reader and supporter of blogs for many years now. I am motivated by my desire to both...

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