Outfit Cuts and Styles
Cropped Tops are still very much in, in fact, so is everything cropped. Cropped pants, cropped hair… everything cropped!
Cut-outs are so-so trendy right now! It’s in everything, too, tops and swimsuits and dresses with cut-outs in the ribs, sides or back.
Not just shorts, but high-waisted swimsuit bottoms and skirts are in too.
I wrote in detail about this, but the general idea is that they are comfy and trendy! Cropped culottes, cotton, pleated, textured, or printed, take your pick!
This season we have seen fringed tops, fringed bralettes, fringed shoes and even fringed swimwear. So go ahead and show off your fringed outfits!
Travel Outfit – Fringe Top and Shorts Look
Print, sheer and cut-out swimsuits are huge this summer. Go for sheer panels or cut-outs. For prints, go for fun, bold prints. This year, with swimwear, it is go bold or go home!
Some other trends are fringe, high-waist or retro, all of which are covered in:
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