It’s flirty, it flatters your body and hides all the flab. No wonder, celebrities just can’t get enough of the off-shoulder trend. You can pair it with palazzos for a casual day out and for a formal occasion you can rock the trend with a flowy, breezy skirt or for a date night you can simply wear a long off-shoulder dress. Here is what designers have to say about the trend.
Anupama Daya l: I endorse this trend. It’s a great silhouette and it suits the Indian body type well. It works well for people who don’t have a flat stomach. One must always be careful while choosing the inner wear with an off-shoulder. Be sure not to accessorize too much. Avoid wearing necklaces and bracelets. Complete the look with a choker instead.
Pawan Sachdeva: The off-shoulder trend is making it big this season. So as you set out to party it’s important to carry it right. Go for simple printed cotton fabrics, make sure the prints are small and not big designs. Women with skinny and delicate shoulders should flaunt this trend. It’s a no-no for the busty ones.
Payal Singhal: The off-shoulder trend started on the runway last season and has now become a big trend this season. It works well on both Indian and western attire. It’s perfect for the Indian body type.
Actor Shraddha Kapoor looks pretty in a pink off-shoulder outfit