Giving Winter the Cold Shoulder

We will soon be stepping into Spring (yay!). Spring can be tricky when it comes to styling because the day starts off cold, gets warmer as the day passes and then cools down again in the evening. This cold shoulder sweater I got in my Le Tote box is perfect for it.






VINCE CAMUTO Cold Shoulder Cable-Knit Sweater • $29.11

American Eagle Outfitters AE Denim X Jegging Ankle • $39.99

Rebecca Minkoff Leather Crossbody Bag • $130

Women’s Tamra Wedge Sandal -Black • $39.95

Women’s Tamra Wedge Sandal -Black • Kelly & Katie • $39.95

You must have seen cold shoulder tops everywhere but I found a sweater and absolutely loved it. It provides just the right amount of warmth you need when its chilly and shoulder cut outs keep you comfy when it gets warm. You can always layer it with a jacket to add some extra warmth.

 The cold shoulder trend is a trend which is going to look good on everyone. The cut outs draw attention to the top half of the body and towards your gorgeous face. You can wear this trend in almost any style now tops, dresses, sweaters etc. I also really like the mock turtle neck of this particular piece. I am short girl and I don’t have the longest necks 😀 Regular turtle necks bunch up at my neck and make my neck shorter than it actually is. The mock turtle neck shows some part of your neck, elongating your neck. I love the knit of the sweater too, the vertical knit adds length to my petite frame.

 The uneven jean hem is big right now. Everyone is wearing it. I actually DIYed these from an old pair. Check out the tutorial here. It adds a little interest to the hemline. I wanted to go for a monochromatic blue look so I added a blue cross-body bag and blue reflective shades 🙂 To keep things simple I paired the outfit with a nude pair of heels.

Going monochromatic in any color is an easy way to look put together and chic instantly. So go check your closets for stuff you have in the same color and try on an outfit. Trust me, you will thank me later 🙂

cold shoulder

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