The new cut out shoulders, off the shoulder tops and Bardot necklines are so flattering, particularly if you want to hide your upper arms. They come in stretch jersey, knit or floaty blouses, and there are a wide range to choose from – but snap one up quickly – they are selling out fast. There are so many options to choose from, from high street choices such as M&S, H&M and Whistles, through to designers such as Baukjen, Splendid and Rosetta Getty.
I’ve just bought a ribbed knit one from Whistles which can be worn with the ‘V’ at the front or the back. I wear mine at the front, as it’s more flattering, particularly if you are larger than a c-cup.
Wear yours with minimal jewellery as you don’t want to dilute the dramatic effect of the neckline. It can be dressed down with jeans and trainers, or up with smarter trousers, skirts or cropped kick-flares (this season’s key silhouette).
So prepare to bare, in a distinctly elegant way.