Plus Size Cropped Jeans Outfits

Wide legs and flares are making a comeback!  And we’ll still be seeing crops and ankle lengths.  So today I bring you two plus size cropped jeans outfit ideas.  Similar to some posts from the past, I incorporated stripes and wedges in these looks.

Life is Short, Wear Stripes

If you’re a regular reader, you know I love stripes.  As I’ve said, I am a stripe-aholic.  Sorry, not sorry.  But, if you’re unsure about stripes, please read this post “Are horizontal stripes REALLY making you look fat?,” written by Melissa at Suger Coat It.  She does such a fantastic job of breaking down this outdated “rule.”

How to Wear Plus Size Wide Leg Cropped Jeans

  1. Look for a heavier fabric and a high-waist.
  2. Keep your tops cropped or tucked-in.
  3. A “chunky” and taller shoe is better.  Pair with platforms, wedges, block or stacked heels.
  4. And don’t forget to be mindful of your proportions.

Go here for more tips on wearing plus size wide leg crops, including ankle length and kick flares.

Plus Size Cropped Jeans Outfit – Kick Flares

Plus Size Cropped Jeans Outfit with Kick Flare Jeans, Striped Boatneck T-Shirt, and Utility Jacket - Alexa Webb #plussize #alexawebb

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Plus Size Cropped Jeans Outfit

Plus Size Cropped Jeans Outfit with Wide Leg Cropped Jeans, Striped Boatneck T-Shirt, Espadrilles, and Utility Jacket - Alexa Webb #plussize #alexawebb

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Plus Size Wide Leg Cropped Jeans (less $ similar)

So what do you think about this trend?  Have you tried it?  Please let me know in the comments below.

More Plus Size Cropped Wide-Leg Outfits

See more plus size cropped wide legs here, here, here, and here.

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6 thoughts on “Plus Size Cropped Jeans Outfits

  1. Hi Alexa, I too love the looks but would like to see the outfits according to the seasons we’re in. Thanks for all you do, it is much appreciated

    1. Sorry, Tee. I usually start “resort” and spring looks mixed in starting in January. And I start Fall looks in July. There are readers who live in warm climates who would love for me to post warm-weather looks year-round! 🙂 But, I split the year up 50/50 for the most part.

  2. Love these looks!Where I live these are weather appropriate because it’s warmer here, but I know others live in colder regions and there is still snow. Is it possible to rotate warmer/colder weather outfits?

    1. Hi Michele,
      Like I said to Tee above, I usually start “resort” and spring looks mixed in starting in January. And I start Fall looks in July. I try to do special “holiday” ideas for multiple climates when I can too.

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