Christian Vierig/Getty Images
Crop tops are a big part of your summer uniform, but do they have a place in your fall wardrobe? Yes and no.
We’re not saying that when temps drop you can simply whip out your lightweight spaghetti strap and expect it to keep you warm. However, with a little strategic shopping, you can certainly bare your midriff when its chilly.
How? For one, think thicker. Chunkier fabrics are warmer, whether it be a sweater-like material or a weighty beaded bodice. Another important factor: Look for a long-sleeved version of the shrunken shirt.
With so many cold-weather friendly options and so many designs, investing in a crop top as we near the end of summer doesn’t seem so crazy after all.
Long live the crop top!
We love these products, and we hope you do too. E! has affiliate relationships, so we may get a small share of the revenue from your purchases. Items are sold by the retailer, not E!.