My obsession for off-the-shoulder tops and dresses started last year and I have a feeling it will continue this spring and summer. I love that they’re fun and flirty and any time I see someone wear one I think of the long days of summer. The off-the-shoulder style can be hard to wear, though. Every time you move, the shoulders move up and now you’re wearing more of a crew-neck top. I’ve actually noticed if you find a top that has nearly detached arms, you’re better off. The tops where you simply pull the arms down are the ones that always ride up. This French Connection top does ride up, but the simplicity of it was too good to pass up. It runs slightly big, but the larger size actually helps the sleeves to stay down.
If you’re anything like me and stockpile off-the-shoulder tops, I’m sharing more favorites below.
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