There is nothing to be alarmed or frightened about I am talking about one of the season’s hottest trends, the off-the-shoulder silhouette. It brings attention to the shoulders without showing too much off. Its flirty, its cute yet grown up, its sexy but not attention grabbing.
What I love about off- the- shoulder trend, is that depending on the style it hides the food belly. And it is so versatile you can dress it up, you can dress it down-there is no limits on how to style it.
Here is how I have styled it:
I adore these glass-heeled sandals, I think they are my most worn shoes.
Lets get it right. The off-the-shoulder didn’t just pop up in 2016, it made an appearance in Summer 2015. In fact the off-the-shoulder trend has been on and off since the 1800s, Brigitte Bardot made it famous in the 60s and I love how fashion’s it girl, Olivia Palermo’s voluminous ruffled off-the-shoulder-tops.
My mum made this off-the-shoulder top for me.
These pictures were all taken with the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge (I did not have the canon out with me), the camera on this phone is super-duper I tell you.
Skirt-Marks & Spencer
Shoes-Marks & Spencer
Top-Made my mum
Stay Blessed x