The shoulder is officially having A Moment. Whilst Alex has been puzzling over dungarees, I am pondering whether or not to bare the latest hot zone.
I’ve resisted the march of the shoulder thus far – partly because OOS requires me to wrestle with the strapless bra, not one of the most flattering/comfortable undergarments known to womankind. Lord knows I need considerably more support in that department after having two children. However, there are some utterly lovely options out there, which definitely will not break the bank. I love this peasant style from Abercrombie & Fitch (so want to add ‘of all places’ as I tend to run in fear from said establishment as I am no longer a 14-year-old girl with casually abundant hair. Not that I ever had the latter). This printed floaty top from Zara and this one – which would work beautifully for work (more than one girl in my office has been spotted sporting a similar version). The simplicity of this pale blue top would be a good place to start for the shoulder-shy.
If I could guarantee I’d look like this, I’d be all over bearing my shoulders… I adore the whole look.
This dress from Mango is easy breezy in its simplicity – it also has a hint of the sold-out-everywhere Alexa Chung for AG Jeans. Topshop’s Bardot dress is a lace alternative. This is possibly a slight cheat, but incredibly summery and sweet. As is this.
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