Sunflowers and Crop Tops

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It’s still summertime which means summer fashions are still in full swing, which I’m 100% on board for. It also means that if you planted sunflowers around 90 days ago, they should be popping up everywhere right about now too!

Rhett and I planted two full packets of mammoth sunflowers all around our yard and they just started blooming this week! Sunflowers are my favorite, so I figured if I want to be surrounded by them, I might as well plant them. 🙂

The thing I like most about crop tops is how versatile they are. You can pair them with your favorite skirt or ripped jeans or wear them to the beach with bikini bottoms. This one is particularly flattering because it’s longer than other variations I’ve seen, which makes it really great to wear casually (and modestly, if you have a high enough  waistline to whatever you choose to pair it with). I have a short torso and long legs, so I’m a big fan of crop tops all together. 😉


I’ve talked a little about the brand J.O.A. and their line J for J.O.A. especially for Target and I can’t tell you how impressed I’ve been with their whole Target line. Their gingham series is so quintessential of summertime and is very much iconic and on-brand for both J.O.A. and Target.

I totally mis-buttoned it. shhhh

If you don’t like the blue gingham J for J.O.A. has for Target, they also created the same style of their designs with pink available here, for a slightly higher price point, but with the same care and attention they dedicated to their Target line.


As always, thanks for reading! Any go-to summer fashions you like? Leave a comment below so I can check them out!






Outfit Details

Crop Top: Blue (also pink available here)

Shorts: Old Style, try these two high waist shorts styles from H&M here and here

Shoes: Converse Slip On


1 comments on “Sunflowers and Crop Tops”

  1. This gingham top is so cute! The lovely detail of bow knot! Match a sweet top with ripped jeans, and slide on beaded sandals for a completed Beachy style this summer, even if you’re in the town.


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