5 STYLE TIPS ON HOW TO WEAR OFF – THE SHOULDER SHIRT

From tops to dresses to jumpsuits, you’re sure to see a ton of shoulder-baring options out there. Honestly, I’ve never been a huge fan of this trend. To me, it can very easily look too ’80s, or thereabout . That’s not to say there’s anything wrong with it – that’s just my opinion! But after looking through a whole bunch of off-the-shoulder outfit ideas, I think I might have changed my mind.

With tons of different kinds of tops out there, there are so many ways to incorporate this trend into your wardrobe. As it turns out, off-the-shoulder shirts are actually quite versatile – depending on the accessories, they can be dressed up or be made to look super casual. They expose a little skin without being too in-your-face sexy (there’s nothing wrong with super sexy vibes, but not everyone is into it!), and they work for everyone, no matter what your individual style is. It’s safe to say I’ve been converted, and that I’ll be purchasing my own off-the-shoulder top at some point within the next few weeks.

Want to get in on this trend like I did? Here are 5 style tips on how to wear off-the-shoulder shirts this season that will inspire you to go shopping:howtowearofftheshouldertop20

. A shirt that leaves your top half bare is perfect for piling on layers of necklaces

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Or just keep things super simple and wear an off-the-shoulder top with white jeans and heels

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You can also show off only one shoulder by making a regular tee into an off-the-shoulder shirt. Tie it at one side, and let the opposite side fall down your arm. Look how creative you are!

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An off-the-shoulder top is a definite Look, but that doesn’t mean you have to pair it with something simple. A plain off-the-shoulder shirt makes bold pants look that much cooler.

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A loose off-the-shoulder top looks perfect with flared jeans.

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