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The weather is warming up and I’m all about crop tops these days. (Let’s ignore the fact that I need to get my tail in the gym and get my abs back in crop top shape. lol) In addition to the fact that I purchased 2 crop tops this weekend during my quick trip home to Atlanta, I also recently purchased this crop top and matching pencil skirt from Bib & Tuck. This was a bit of a risk purchase for me. I don’t normally opt for below the knee hemlines, because I feel that they cut my legs in a strange place (and again, my legs are one of my favorite assets). But I decided to give this set a chance since the crop top balances out the amount of skin exposed.

The set is from Misha Collection, an Australian based brand, but I purchased it through the online curated community Bib & Tuck. What I love is that if I had purchased the set directly from Misha Collection, it would have run me about $170. But I got the entire set for $80 thanks to a fellow Bib/Tucker who purchased a size too small. Score one for the fashionista on a budget!

I paired it with another Bib & Tuck find—a pair of floral/lace slingbacks from Zara that I got for $25 and a clutch that I thrifted and then recolored this cobalt blue. Toss on a pair of shades from Aldo and you’re set for some fun in the sun!

Shop the Look:

Top & Skirt: Misha Collection (via Bib & Tuck) | Shoes: Zara | Eyewear: Aldo | Jewelry: c/o Le Tote | Clutch: Thrifted