Off the shoulder trend

The Off the shoulder trend

The Off the shoulder trend

Spring is almost here and one of the trends that persisted through the seasons is the off the shoulder trend.  For the warmer seasons like Spring and Summer (even Fall depending on your geographical location),  the off the shoulder trend is flirty, fun and perfect for sunny days. I have a few off the shoulder dresses, most of them I purchased and some from blogging collaborations, and I have to say I am in love with this trend.  Off the shoulder dresses, tops, and rompers have been around every year, but the significant change I saw with this trend is the change in the construction of the off the shoulder piece. Are you thinking, what is she talking about?  For those who have owned off the shoulder pieces 3 years or longer ago, buying off the shoulder is sometimes a hit or miss.  The dress may be the most adorable fit, but sometimes, the off the shoulder element is the most awkward, poorly designed piece of the dress. Now, whether expensive or affordable, most pieces in the off the shoulder trend has a really well designed off the shoulder element.  It’s usually not riding up like crazy, or a falling mess.  The trend has undergone a design change that is so much better and definitely so much more appreciated. Have you noticed this subtle change?

I am posting some of my favorite off the shoulder dresses, the first one- the red crochet dress is by Lovers and Friends, which you can find at stores like Revolve.  The second dress is from a blogging collaboration, I think from shein or romwe.  The third dress is Tularosa, which you can find at Revolve or Nordstrom. I also linked a few pieces below for you. What do you think of the off the shoulder trend?

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