On a recent shopping trip to Topshop I fell in love with a simple grey crop top…but we’re in Autumn!
It sounds a bit crazy putting a crop top on when it’s getting colder outside, but when styled the right way it can refresh your look and pull together a gorgeous outfit.
Rule No. 1: You don’t have to show too much skin
Crop tops don’t have to mean lots of skin on show, it’s time to change that!  When wearing a crop top in Autumn, style it with a high waisted skirt or jeans so that the crop top sits just below the waist line. Layering is big this season, get the look from Tokyo Fashion Week and start playing around with different textures.

Play with knitted fabrics, layer over leather shorts or wax jeans
for a high fashion runway look. Image from Tokyo FW.
Rule No.2 Don’t be scared to wear a slogan top.
My favourite crop top this season is by Topshop. I styled the top with a pair of black high waisted leggings, pair of over the knee boots and a black fedora hat.
This outfit has now become my go-to Autumn look, this style is a huge favourite amongst many celebrities and bloggers. Have a look at Poppy Delevingne below at the MIU MIU show, I love how she is wearing a crop top with a huge shaggy fur coat. She oozes effortless cool.
Re-create this look with signature Topshop pieces below.
Click to shop.
Have a look below for more outfit inspo and different ways you can wear a crop top throughout winter.
Rule No.3: Be Yourself
Fashion is unique and so are you, find the right crop top that you feel comfortable in and style it how you like.
Don’t be afraid to try something new.

Published by beccioshea

Media, Fashion and Lifestyle blog by Becci O'Shea.

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