Off-the-Shoulder | Transitioning 1 Top, 3 Ways
The off-the-shoulder trend has pretty much taken over all 4 seasons for the past year or so, and it doesn't seem to be relinquishing control anytime soon. As we continue to [kind of] transition into Spring, I thought it would be helpful to show you one very trendy top styled 3 very chic ways. Although the looks are similar, they each give off a different vibe and can we worn for a different occasion.
Let's break it down. Don't forget to let me know which look is your favorite in the comments!
If you watched the Oscars last night, you know the stars came out to slay in both fashion and film. The moment may have [almost] been ruined for Moonlight's Best Picture win, but the grace and elegance certainly was not lost. This look was inspired by just that.
This look is FULL glam, which pretty much sums up my style. The tulle skirt is balanced by the open shoulders and minimalist sandals, but the ombre fur, mirrored sunglasses and different textures keep the monochromatic look from falling flat!
2. Too Cool for School
This is what we all wish we wore to class everyday in college.
I think we all can appreciate the cool factor in this look. I love a non-traditional plaid, and the tones in this skirt. Although we're pairing a neutral skirt with more neutrals, the thick wool texture gives the look dimension and is perfect for the transitioning weather.
Pairing the skirt with a bomber jacket and backpack is unexpected, which makes it even more interesting. It's as if the look perpetrates the juxtaposition of varsity jock and debate team champ. The round frame of the sunglasses also stands out against the boxiness of the look.
3. Groovy, Baby!
Did they even say that in the '70s or was that the '60s? In any case, this look is definitely inspired by the '70s trend.
This miniskirt (I can't even believe those are back) is great for transitioning into Spring, specifically because of the pea-green color and faux-suede texture. The silver buttons are a great detail, but pretty impractical considering they're just snaps. Just because we're wearing miniskirts again doesn't mean we're going crazy! Pair your mini with over-the-knee boots for a '70s trendy feel and for warmth!
This light pink knit sweater is also a great choice for transitioning. Knits are great in the Spring, especially in a light or neutral color. The oversized, pink frames are also just funky enough and bring the look up-to-date.