A Fashion Blog By Gemma Talbot

Monday, 30 May 2016

How To Wear An Off-The-Shoulder Playsuit And Still Feel Comfortable

I don't know about you but there's something quite sexy about exposing a bit of shoulder. Shoulder cleavage as I like to call it. The bardot style has certainly taken the fashion world by storm as of late and I have seen many varying styles land on the high street this season. From dresses to bikinis this is the neck line of the moment, so it's about time you invested in a piece for your wardrobe this summer. As much as I love the off-the-shoulder style I sometimes get frustrated with the impracticality of it. There's nothing worse than having a gorgeous off-the-shoulder top spring up by your neck when you lift your arms up or attempt to put on your jacket. Your almost left feeling like a jack-in-a-box. So finding an off-the-shoulder number that actually stays off-the-shoulder can prove to be somewhat challenging. 

With that said, this Missguided playsuit stays just where I want it to. The long sleeves mean that my arms are covered and I usually don't have to wear a jacket with it, at least not in Mykonos anyways. Here I've paired it with my newly purchased ASOS western belt which for real leather, is an absolute steal at £16 and also does the job of cinching me in at the waist. I finished this outfit off with black accessories in the form of these sliders and tassel bag and I am loving the monochrome look. It's a great outfit option if you want to look somewhat summery without the explosion of colour. 

Playsuit | Missguided
Belt | ASOS
Bag - Accessorize (similar)
Sunglasses | Ray Ban
Sandals | Mango
Watch | Shore Projects

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  1. super:) xx

  2. The colours once again are too hot to handle! as are you xo

  3. How cute is that playsuit!

    Jazzria x


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