I got back into the dressing room this week and focused on bare shoulder tops. I began noticing these last summer and they’re more popular than ever this spring. How do you feel about cold and off shoulder tops? My shoulders aren’t aging as fast as the rest of my body so I’m OK to bare mine.
I spotted soft blue in every department. The weather was nasty pouring rain so these fresh colors felt spring like and welcome.
This Halogen cotton and spandex off shoulder top was surprisingly comfortable. I expected it to feel stiff but the spandex made it soft and comfortable.
It’s tie sleeves add a bit of feminine fussiness to an otherwise simple top. I picture wearing this with white jeans all summer long. I wouldn’t wear a necklace with this, just earrings and a bracelet.
This Bobeau cold shoulder top came in several colors. I tried on blue. It has gathered 3/4 sleeves that I felt would be more flattering on a woman with narrower shoulders. Because my upper body is larger than my bottom, I don’t need to add extra bulk on top.
If I did wear this top, I’d add a longer necklace to lengthen the look of my neck.
This cold shoulder sweatshirt by Bobeau was a not my usual choice because I seldom wear pattern. Cold shoulder and sweatshirt seem like a contradiction but it worked well together.
Finally, I tried on this Fridi texture top by KUT From The Kloth. The fabric is incredibly soft and I adore the stripes. I know most women think horizontal stripes make them look wider but this stripe does not.
It’s 3/4 length sleeves are a favorite with me. The blue only appears available in the petite department which also worked perfectly for me.
The more tops I tried on that bared part or all of my shoulders, the more discerning I became. The options available are endless these days so take your time and choose the right shape for you.
How do you feel about baring part or all of your shoulders?
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