I’m a sucker for a good set, especially an affordable one. (I mean, who isn’t?) In keeping with my love of the trend, my winter wardrobe included a ton of comfy tracksuit sets, so it’s perhaps no surprise that I looking for the perfect spring-summer models recently, and cute crochet pieces are a top priority for me. Among my finds was a two-piece set that I got then glad to share with you because it’s from Walmart but looks pricey – and it’s a must for the holidays.
Enter the Crochet Sleeveless Crop Top ($26) and consideration Mid-length skirt ($36), which arrived in my cart within seconds of scrolling through them. I ordered next day delivery to my friend’s house in California (who I’m staying with for the week; yay, vacation!) and practically ran to the door when the FedEx driver rang the doorbell. gate.
Naturally, a photo shoot in the garden ensued because I felt like a million bucks when I put on this ensemble. The small size of the top and bottom fit my 5’10”, 165 pound frame perfectly, and both were high quality. I was worried it would be too light or too transparent, but I was thrilled to find that the fabric is thick and beautifully The skirt is even lined which was a pleasant surprise.
Wearing these pieces together is an obvious win, but I love that you can wear them separately too. For example: the red knit top will also go well with a pair of jeans and heels for going out, while the midi skirt can be paired with a white top if you don’t want to go the monochrome route.
For now, though, you can see me wearing the two pieces together. I plan on picking up a pair of red heels to complete the look and maybe a pink handbag to take it to the next level. One thing is certain about this boldly hued ensemble: it was born to be photographed. Look at these colors!
Speaking of color, this crop top and skirt combo also comes in a bright green, and I’m tempted to do it overnight – that’s how much I love the pink version. While I’m deciding, I beg you not to sell it. Please leave one of the two pieces in stock while I think about it.