Top of the Crops

f996a08614ad26da02e95658bd743b27There’s nothing like a flash of ankle to tell you that spring is here. Cropped trousers are a bit of a fashion perennial, so you can wheel them out year on year and still be in style. It’s more than likely that you already have a pair or two in your wardrobe, but if you’re looking to add to your collection, you would do well to throw a patterned pair into your shopping bag. I love a patterned crop, they’re so easy to wear. Because they’re bright and attention-grabbing, you don’t really have to think too much about the rest of your outfit – just throw on a t-shirt, plain shirt or simple sweater and go. Alternatively, roll up the ankle on your favourite pair of jeans, add a heel and a jacket and you have an instant laid-back luxe party look. Finally, if you’re wanting to be on trend, you could go for volume  – the idea may be daunting, but if you end up looking as fabulous as Giovanna Battaglia (below), what’s not to love?



Floral crop, £xx, Zara

Floral crop, £35.99, Zara

xx, £xx, Jigsaw

Watercolour print trousers, £110, Jigsaw

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Palm print cigarette trousers, £42, TopShop; Nessa Ikat-print cropped jeans, £180, Isabel Marant Etoile; Bistro crop trouser, from £59, Boden


High-waisted jacquard trousers, £249, True Royal


xx, £xx, MiH

Tomboy jean, £175, MiH

Wide legged trousers, £59, Cos

Wide legged trousers, £59, Cos

Hook high-rise

Hook high-rise cropped jean, £215, Seafarer

IMAGES: Bodie and Fou/The Sartorialist/Stockholm-StreetStyle

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