This spring one of the major styles to covet is that of flashing a little skin around your neck and shoulder. Culture Trip brings you fresh ideas for off-the-shoulder tops to wear now.
The AW17 catwalks were full of them, and nobody could ignore them as an emerging trend last summer: off-the-shoulder tops are the ultimate transitional piece of clothing, allowing wearers to embrace warmer climes without having to surrender to the dastardly British weather. On sunny days, you can tan your clavicle to your heart’s content and should rain strike you’re only a cashmere throw away from being all wrapped up. As the cropped flare was for ankles, expect this new style to knuckle down amongst your wardrobe staples, the shoulder forever a little on show from now on.
Culture Trip likes to style our off-the-shoulder tops with high-waisted white jeans (or any other trendy trousers) and a statement sandal, but much like cups of tea, everyone has their own personal preference. Read on to get some sartorial inspiration all of your own.
Altuzarra Tatum ribbed-jersey top, £390
Diane Von Furstenberg
Diane Von Furstenberg Georgie top, £188
Constas Gabriella off-the-shoulder gingham top, £364
Dolce & Gabbana
Dolce & Gabbana pineapple printed top, £445
Tibi cold-shoulder asymmetric crepe top, £380
Elie Saab cut-out shoulder georgette top, £675
Maison Rabih Kayrouz
Maison Rabih Kayrouz off-the-shoulder striped cotton top, £615
Alexander McQueen poppy-print off-the-shoulder, £1,165
Rosie Assoulin one-shoulder checked-seersucker top, £565
A.L.C. Rayne off-the-shoulder ribbed knit top, £291
Marques’Almeida, off-the-shoulder crepe top, £220