I love it.. on the right mid drift of course.
Have to lose festive season kgs before i attempt this to avoid offending people.
But on the right body it is great.posted almost 6 years ago
Personally I find bared midriffs tacky unless the person is wearing a bikini so they’re a big no for me.posted almost 6 years ago
I think that they look cute with high waisted pants.
There is a few cropped sweaters by french connection this winter that I LOVED and they were so cute with my 7 for all mankind ginger jeans
i agree with the above poster. you have to have a long torso and a very flat tummy to pull this off. and of course with long torso you should have long legs as well…
i think it looks fine on the right people, but it not a style i prefer.posted almost 6 years ago
i have a very short torso, but i’m going for it! i’m actually buying one tomorrow. (well, im going to buy a cheap baggy tee with big sleeves from f21 and cut it up.)
if you don’t want to show skin, wear it over a tank. starrgirl inspired me: http://www.chictopia.com/photo/show/22846-t-shirt-forever-21-top-aa-colin-stuartposted almost 6 years ago
you MUST HAVE abs of steel (or at least a toned tummy)… otherwise don’t even go there! I won’t be going there, ‘cause unfortunately for me – I don’t have either!posted almost 6 years ago
i like them personally haha
i find that alot of singlets and shirts these days are being cut just a little higher, i like it haha
With some of these really high waisted styles, they can make sense. I have a cropped top that meets the top of a high waisted skirt I have (no midriff bared), and it’s way more comfy than tucking in a longer shirt & having it bunch up.
Oh and I’m happy that really, really long “tunic” tops seem to be going out. They can be cute, but they lengthen the torso too much sometimes.posted almost 6 years ago