Why You Can (and SHOULD!) Rock Cold Shoulder Tops At Every Age!!

Cold shoulder tops are REALLY in right now. Everywhere you look, this trend is taking over the fashion industry by storm. A huge misconception is that only teenagers and women in their early 20s can rock this trend. Read on to see how you can pull off this awesome look at ANY age!


20-39:

This is easy — this trend was MADE for you!! The cold-shoulder tops look fab with torn jeans, gorgeous booties and messy beach waves.

 

Here are some tips to wearing this look in this age range:

  1. Choose bright colors and eye catching patterns
  2. Go completely off the shoulder if you are daring
  3. Try to mix interesting bralettes with your shoulder cut outs to add a touch of excitement.
  4. Add ruffles to your look to spice it up

Try these tops to get your collection started:

Super Nova Girl One Shoulder Ruffle Top |Delphine Cold Shoulder Halter Top |Sailing The Sea Cold Shoulder Top

40-55:

Some of you may be thinking — no way, I could never look good in a top like this!! But stop right there: OF COURSE YOU CAN!! This look knows NO age bounds.

 

 

Here are some tips to wearing cold shoulder tops in this age range:

  1. Opt for smaller cutouts if you are initially not so sure about it.
  2. Go for automatically flattering colors — meaning navy, black and grey — to start, and then move into bright colors when you feel comfortable.
  3. Add ruffles to your look to spice it up
  4. Add a brightly colored or sparkly statement necklace to draw attention

Try these tops (featured above) to get your collection started:

 Charcoal Dreams Top|Beatrix One Shoulder |Hold On Tight Sweater| On My Own Tunic|Nova Cold Shoulder Top

You do NOT have to fall into a certain age range to be able to look incredible in this trend. Shoulders NEVER go out of style and they ALWAYS look amazing.

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Let us know if YOU rock this trend in the comments below!!

Published by

Taylor Mobley

pulsefashion.com

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