Unless you have been living under a rock, I’m sure you’ve noticed that cold shoulder tops are everywhere. This style has become so commonplace, that I’m not even sure if it’s a “trend” or not. Lately, it feels like it’s easier to find cold shoulder tops than regular ones. Have you noticed that too?
Oh. And yes, that’s greenery in the background again. This is the last of the looks I’ve been hoarding from Florida, so from here on out, it’s cold weather fashion.
As much as I love winter fashion, I do not enjoy taking outfit photos in that type of weather. I shot a couple of looks over the weekend…and it was brisk! There’s a good chance that I’ll have to crop my face out of the majority of the photos. My eyes and nose wouldn’t stop running and I’m pretty sure you can see the pain on my face.
In this post, you’ll notice that I’m wearing a cold shoulder top. While I’ve worn this skirt before, it’s the first time I’ve rocked the cold shoulder on the blog.
Have you embraced cold shoulder tops? Personally, I’m not sure I’m feeling it!
Clearly, I’m wearing a cold shoulder top in this post, so I don’t “hate” them. I just don’t love how commonplace they’ve become. From basic tee’s to blouses, it seems like every top has a cold shoulder! I guess it got old too quickly for me.