Styling the Limestone Leggings and Crop Top

A versatile, season-less set

Join Meg and me as we share a few styling ideas for the Limestone Leggings and Crop Top.

As soon as we sewed up these black sets, Meg and I knew they had so much potential beyond just wearing for a run or to lounge around. Regardless of what color you make your set, the possibilities for styling them are vast, and we hope you’ll use our outfits as a jumping off point and inspiration for your own great looks.

For some of her outfits Meg also added a black, long sleeved Stasia Tee as a base layer. Her leggings are finished with a cuff hem, while mine have a turned hem. We both chose the 28″ inseam. My crop top has a turned hem and scoop back while Meg’s has a turned hem and high back.

Meredith’s Limestone Outfits

  1. Hand knit Camélia Sweater, Limestone Leggings and Top, and black boots
  2. Mended chambray shirt, Limestone Leggings and Top, and high tops
  3. Hand knit Sarah Cardigan, Limestone Leggings and Top, and high tops
  4. Bedrock tee, Limestone Leggings and Top, and high tops
  5. Slim Hack Arenite Pants, Limestone Top, chambray shirt, and clogs.

Meg’s Limestone Outfits

  1. Wiksten Unfolding Jacket (discontinued), Limestone Leggings and Top, Stasia Tee, Vans, and Oslo Hat.
  2. Lichen Duster, Limestone Leggings and Top, Stasia Tee
    1. Sneakers
    2. Beige Booties
    3. Stompy Boots and Sock
  3. Short Hinterland Dress, Limestone Leggings and Top, Stasia Tee, Shift Cowl, chunky socks, and boots
  4. Cheyenne Tunic, Limestone Leggings and Top, Stasia Tee, denim mini skirt, boots
  5. Otis Overalls, Limestone Top, black boots

Fabrics and More

We used Heavy Organic Cotton Knit for these Limestone sets. Meg also mentioned Birch Organic Interlock for a loungey set. And be on the lookout for our upcoming ice-dyeing tutorial with Shaerie!

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