OOTD | How to Style A Black Crop Top In 5 Different Ways
Dressing up or looking all dolled up makes me feel good. It makes me happy. That is why dress up game is my favourite. Yours?
So, I have made this post to show you a glimpse of dress up game I played today. ☺️
I styled this full sleeves crop top in five different ways. Colour of the top? You know how much I love the colour black. If you hadn’t, well, you know now. 😉
I bought this crop top from Myntra. Some bottoms are bought from online store and some offline. Hehe.
Let’s get started with the looks.!
Boy friend jeans:
These are oversized jeans. I must say, they are too comfortable. I love wearing them especially on those days when I am feeling lazy to dress up but still want to look good. Haha we all have such days once in a while. True?
I usually keep accessories minimal or no accessory for such looks.
I know I talk about this piece of cloth in most of my outfit posts. I just can’t help it. They are so comfortable and stylish that I love them a lot.
I had created a similar look with the same palazzo but a long top. Do you remember that post?
Well, this is a look inspired by that one. But crop top looks more cooler. Know?
I wore these big white earrings to add more girly touch. 😌
I know this palazzo looks like a long skirt. Here is a pose to prove that it’s not a skirt. 😁
Styling with single coloured outfit makes it a monochrome look.
Paired the same top with my favourite pair of black, stretchable, high waisted jeans.
Wore hoop earrings and kept the neck minimal. I personally like skipping neck accessory whenever I am wearing boat neck tops. Minimal the better for such pattern.
Also, included this silver, multilayered waist chain to add a pinch of spark to this monochrome look.
A favourite and comfortable piece of fabric loved by many – skirt.
Wore this striped pencil skirt along with the black crop top.
Chick look, perfect for brunch dates.
A touch of ethnicity:
Tried something new. Styled the same top with palazzo and twist to the look is the dupatta.!!
Draped the dupatta around to get a look of half sari. Added nice silver earrings and finger ring to increase ethnic look score. Plus, the bindi 😛
Tried with two different dupattas. I like the red one more. What about you? 😀
So, these are the looks I created with keeping the top as a common piece of fabric across all looks.
I hope you enjoyed the looks as much as I did creating them. 🤗