Trend Watch: Off-the-Shoulder

You won’t want to give this trend the cold shoulder!

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Photo Credit: Urban Outfitters

Shoulder cutouts, completely off-the-shoulder looks, x necklines, and other shoulder-bearing silhouettes are all over the runways this year. As the off-the-shoulder neckline is uber-flattering and unexpectedly unique, you’re going to want to fill your closet with these styles.

Scroll below to see three trendy off-the-shoulder looks that you can wear just in time for spring and summer.

Street-Styled Shoulders

off the shoulder holographic outfit

Products: Dress, Sunglasses, Backpack, Sneakers

Who says off-the-shoulder has to be girly and romantic? This incorporates the trend with cool, urban pieces. A frayed denim off-the-shoulder dress pairs well with your favorite pair of white sneakers. A holographic backpack and cool mirrored sunnies keep this look fresh and cool.

Crisp Collarbones 

off the shoulder crisp neutrals outfit

Products: Shirt, Skirt, Sunglasses, Clutch, Loafers

Stay crisp and clean in this off-the-shoulder look. The white blouse looks sharp with the structured army green mini-skirt. The white loafers are slightly expensive but they perfectly pick up the white from the blouse and keep you totally on-trend. The cool geometric sunnies and the matching clutch are the perfect finishing touches to your all-neutrals look.

Bardot Bare

bardot inspired outfit

Products: Shirt, Skirt, Scarf, Purse, Flats

Make like Brigitte Bardot and bare your shoulders in a striped tight-fitting top. Paired with a billowing a-line midi skirt and lace-up flats (or lace-up heels if you want extra hight to balance the longer length of the skirt), this off the shoulder look has a ton of old world glamour and romance. A satchel pairs well with the classic look. A silk scarf tops off the look and can either be tied around your hair like Bardot, around your neck, or around the strap of the bag.

What do you think?

How do you feel about the off-the-shoulder trend? Are you going to incorporate it in your wardrobe this spring or summer? Any other trends you’d like to see covered? Leave a comment and let me know!

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