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The Best Way to Tie a Shirt Into a Crop Top So It Looks Good

Tying a knot in a button up is a fast way to transform it into a crop top. But if you don’t tie the knot right, it can stick out and look lopsided, which isn’t the look you’re going for. Here’s how to tie it so it lays flat and still looks good. Read more...
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