There are a plethora of clothes with shoulder details out for spring fashion. This trend has continued from Spring 2016 and the cold shoulder sweater was a top trend for Fall and Winter 2016. The shoulder trend is bigger than ever with more options to choose from. The dress that I'm wearing is a cold-shoulder ruffle dress from Dillard's private label that they design, Gianni Bini. The flowing sleeves give this dress so much character. Their are so many variations of the off-the-shoulder and cold-shoulder trend that make me want each piece. The rompers with the ruffles, key hole cut-outs, and cold-shoulder detail are fun, flirty and ideal for the warmer weather coming. Some of the off-the-shoulder dresses have gorgeous bell sleeves. The off-the-shoulder trend is perfect for spring especially when you'll be soaking up sun outside!
Attention on the shoulders has been a continuous trend from last spring and it's carried over from fall to winter and will continue into Spring 2017. The long sleeves and light weight material make this cold shoulder top a piece than can transition through winter and spring. The leopard clutch is by Clare V and I've had it for a few years and is worth the splurge. Pair a cold sweater top with dark denim (I love how soft Citizens of Humanity jeans are) and black peep toed pumps. I've linked everything in the slide show below including a pair of Christian Louboutin peep toes that fade from black to red and the red blends into the infamous red soles!
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