OOTD: Off The Shoulder

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From last spring to this season, the off-the-shoulder trend is one that shows no sign of slowing down. While I was someone that was slow to adopt the trend until late summer last season, this year, I’m anxious to add these beautiful, feminine pieces to my attire.

In Toronto, we’ve been lucky to experience some warmer, spring-like days  at a time when snow and sleet are the norm; so I was quick to take advantage and wear one of my shoulder baring tops in celebration of it.


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If you’re a woman with a larger bust like myself, you’ve probably run into the problem in wondering WHAT on earth you’re going to wear underneath to offer support. After all, no woman with a larger bust wants her ‘ladies’ to look like they can be tucked into her shoes, am I right? I found this bra for larger busts to be just the trick (more on strapless solutions for larger busts to come in a future post).

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Most clients of mine often ask me how else they can style these beautiful off-the-shoulder tops. I styled it with dress pants here to create a fun, creative look for work; but these tops can also be beautiful with boyfriend jeans, vests, pencil skirts, A-line skirts, scarves, and much more. If you want a quick video showing you different options, comment down below and I’ll get working on it for you!

What do you think of the off-the-shoulder trend? Are you happy it’s back again this spring/summer season?