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Off the shoulder with Missguided AU

Somehow, off the shoulder was not a trend I expected to fall in love with. It’s only because I’m now old enough to have seen trends circle back on me, and when I was in school, off the shoulder everything was the shiz. All the cool kids were wearing them, and there I was in my 80’s hand-me-downs. If I had any concept of retro-chic back in those days. My childhood insecurities aside, off the shoulder is sure to be a recurring trend for summer this year.

Having always had something on the shoulders for the best of a decade, I must say, with not so much as a spaghetti strap holding my threads up, one does feel a sort of a thrill of flashing ‘too much skin’ (but they’re just shoulders, after all). This off the shoulder crop top from Missguided AU, in combination with a plunging neckline, was way too sexy-cool for me to resist nabbing one for myself straight away. Now if only I had the knockers to fill it.


Top: Billie Bardot Plunge Crop Top c/o Missguided AU
Skirt: ‘Keep Calm’ White Skirt c/o Dead Ivy (Last seen here)
Watch:Classic Sheffield Lady Watch c/o Daniel Wellington
Bracelet: Double Pearl Bracelet c/o Hunt & Gather Store
Shoes: Stiletto Sandals – Zara (similar)
Bag:Leather Clutch Bag In Pony And Soft Construction – ASOS (last seen here)

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  • Claudia
    20 September 2014 at 10:51 pm

    Love the off the shoulder crop top with the skirt! I’m obsessed with midi pieces at the moment!

  • Joe Beverly
    21 September 2014 at 12:21 am

    Is there a wardrobe malfunction in your future?

    • Joe Beverly
      21 September 2014 at 12:24 am

      P.S. Big “knockers” are overrated.

  • Michelle
    21 September 2014 at 4:12 pm

    I loveee your outfit <3

  • cammy
    22 September 2014 at 9:24 pm

    Perfect! <3

    • closetvoyage
      2 October 2014 at 1:40 pm

      thanks Cammy!

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