ph via Vogue.com
Usually, I love the fall fashion the most but I have really been into the spring trends for this season. There are so many goods ones but when Farfetch.com asked me to Style the Trend, I immediately decided on the cold shoulder look. The look can be styled so many different ways. I’ve put together five different fashion sets/wishlists to show how I would style the cold shoulder trend for different occasions.
There are so many music festivals during the spring and summer, so you need to have the perfect outfit ready. Whenever I think of festivals, there are some essential elements that I go for: cutoffs, a fedora, fringe and booties. Add in an off the shoulder crop top and a red lip and you are festival ready.
It’s so easy to throw on basic (and not in a good way) pieces for a day of shopping. It’s important to put a little effort in your look. I’ve found that when I look good while shopping, I choose better pieces. You can still keep it simple with jeans and slip ons but adding a chic off the shoulder tunic and a pop of blush will do wonders for your spirits.
Brunch is so much better when you are all glammed up. This is one of the only times when I feel the need to ditch the denim. Palazzo pants and an off the shoulder bandeau top are the perfect combo for brunch with a group of friends.
Bring date night to the next level with a little leather and a lot of shoulder. Pop on a dark lip to make the look even more dinner appropriate. Don’t forget the killer heels.
Spice your usual cocktail party look up by showing some leg and some shoulder. This pink dress is perfect for spring and can be paired with black heels to make it more evening appropriate. Finish it off with a sparkly clutch and making pink lipstick to complete the look.
Those are the ways I’d style the off the shoulder trend. I’d like to thank farfetch.com for inviting me to do the Style the Trend challenge. Let me know what your favorite look is below.