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Recycled Fashion Styled: Crop Top Fun (Part 2)

by Rebecca Weiner

May 16, 2014 | 10:33 am

In the previous post, I talked about the versatility of a crop top, especially this great white one that I got at my local thrift store. One of the best ways to play up the fun and feminine nature of the top (especially for spring/summer) is to pair it with a bright color. I love a great maxi skirt, particularly one that is a 1) beautiful color, 2) beautiful cut, & 3) beautiful price! ($4 via GoodWill) 

Crop Top Option 2: Bright & Fresh for Summer 
 
 
 
 
 
This is one of my favorite outfits because I love the silhouette of a tight top with a floaty, flowy skirt- it's the same idea as the previous outfit with the black skirt but this skirt provides even more of a contrast with the maxi (or in actuality, this is midi on my height) length. I also tried to play up the fun, summery vibe by adding nude accents in the faux-suede wedges and camel bone necklace. It didn't hurt to have a summery breeze flow through the skirt! 
 
This skirt I found at GoodWill a while ago during their "skirt sale" period ($6-->$4) and love it's coral color, the epitome of spring. As well, these nude wedges have been incredibly versatile- they are one of my few recent non-thrift purchases (but I did get them on clearance), and they instantly elevate any outfit (not to mention lengthen legs). Long story short (literally!) this crop top is great- go buy one in every color and wear it everyday of your life! Or at least everyday of summer...
 
White Crop Top: Moda International, $4 thrifted
Coral maxi skirt: Target brand, $4 thrifted via GoodWill
Nude faux-suede wedges: $17 on clearance via Express
Camel bone necklace: $6 via street vendor in Petra, Jordan 
Glamorous photoshoot wind: Free via Mother Nature 
 
 
For more summer inspiration, head to 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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