The Off Shoulder Trend isn’t Going Anywhere

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FROM LEFT TO RIGHT:

  • Vivienne Tam Spring 2017 Ready to Wear. Photo: Vogue.
  • Tome Spring 2017 Ready to Wear. Photo: Vogue.
  • Vivienne Tam Spring 2017 Ready to Wear. Photo: Vogue.

Just when we thought we’ve seen to much of it and were ready to move on, NYFW’s catwalks hit us with the news: the off shoulder trend isn’t going anywhere! It can be a little early to think about spring already, but that’s how fashion works: we’re always thinking on what’s next, what we’ll be wearing next season.

This anticipation allows us to evaluate the trends and decide where we’re putting or money on, but also fast fashion quickly replicates what we see on the runways, so more often than not, we end up dressing with pieces that have been inspired by them in some way, shape or form. Let’s take a look at how we’ll be wearing this particular trend.

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Monse Spring 2017 Ready to Wear. Photos: Vogue.

Vivienne Tam showed metallic, embroidery and lace tops, while Tome did them in satin and paired them with ruffles and wide leg trousers. Monse deconstructed the typical masculine/corporative blouse and mixed long dresses with cargo pants, giving us some serious DIY and styling inspiration. We’ll also see lots of country/sexy blouses with ethnic patterns and long sleeves.

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FROM LEFT TO RIGHT:

  • Vivienne Tam Spring 2017 Ready to Wear. Photo: Vogue.
  • Vera Wang Spring 2017 Ready to Wear. Photo: Vogue.
  • Tome Spring 2017 Ready to Wear. Photo: Vogue.

What are your thoughts on the off shoulder trend?

 

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