The Editorialist’s Kate Davidson Hudson, NYC, September 2013 via Vanessa Jackman
Done right, as above, crop tops are pretty darn cute. On my list are affordable options in a slightly more conservative cut (no crazy midriff bearing here). Topshop, Zara and Mango, among others, have delivered with a few finds weighing in under $60. Take a gander:
1. Zara Sleeveless Top, $59 // 2. Mango Striped Crop Top, $49 // 3. Topshop Striped Shell, $80 // 4. Kimem Cropped Top, $139 // 5. Mango Cut-Out Cropped Top, $39 // 6. Zara Double Layer Crop, $49 // 7. Printed Crop, $69 // 8. Rachel Zoe Studded Top, $195 // 9. Front Slit Crop, $79 // 10. Topshop Gingham Shell, $68 // 11. Textured Crop Tee, $68 // 12. Zara Floral Crop, $39
I’ve literally been stalking this dress from Topshop waiting for it to come back in my size… (it’s currently sold out but is available in blue here). Of course Ms. Eadie of Atlantic-Pacific beat me to the punch!
And I love how she paired it with the pink Zara sandals I posted about the other week.
This is from last fall but I love Miroslava Duma’s neon Christopher Kane skirt.
Who would have thought neon yellow could pair so well with a camel colored coat.
Fluorescent yellow denim with what looks like the same Prada shoes as Mira’s above.
Jason Wu Spring 2012.
H&M Spring 2012
Images via Atlantic-Pacific/ WDUGT STREET/Vanessa Jackman.
Perhaps it’s the overload of color and prints that has me craving the easy breezy simplicity of Poppy Delevigne’s flowy nude maxi skirt and tee. She wore this lovely ensemble in February at London Fashion Week. The tote is from Tommy Ton’s collaboration with Club Monaco, which was scheduled to hit stores this week.
Images via Vanessa Jackman.