Products made in India, sport my new "Fashion Tiger" label and those made in Illinois, my traditional "Mrs. Emily" label. 

On wearing crop tops.


(these are from my pinterest board on how-to-crop-top)

These days, almost all my skirts sit at my natural waist. Like these 2 I talked about in last week's post.

I tuck fitted tees and tanks into my high-waist skirts. It's become my summer uniform because it's comfy, easy, cute. THIS summer, I'm going to add in some crop tops because they go perfectly with high-waist skirts. Look at these ladies rocking their crop-toppin' looks:

What you need to know as you crop-top-shop:

1. Wear your crop top with something high-waisted. The goal is a peek of skin, or no skin at all. Never ever (for my taste) do I want my belly button showing. No ma'am. That's not the look I'm going for.

2. Wear your crop top in the right setting. What's super adorable at a summer picnic does not necessarily translate to the workplace, you know what I'm saying? 

3. Make sure your skirt/shorts aren't too short or too tight. My summer skirts are generally to the knee or below. If you wear a mini skirt with a crop top, well, it definitely comes off differently.

And finally. We're on this topic because I added a crop top to my shop!

It reads "INTRINSICALLY AWESOMESAUCE AND KIND OF A BIG DEAL" because you are, after all. I'll be wearing mine in the coming weeks and I'm sure you'll see pictures as I introduce it to my existing summer staples.

So have fun with a new trend this summer: the crop top. Try some on next time you're at the mall or buy mine in the shop

Mrs. Emily



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