A recent trend that seems to have featured everywhere this Summer has been the off the shoulder style Bardot tops and dresses. If you have watched my haul videos recently on Youtube, you may have noticed the trend appearing a few times in my collection. Inspired by a Farfetch style article, I decided to share my love for this hot new trend and reasons why I think it's a must in every girls wardrobe! So here are some of my top tips for styling off the shoulder tops...





| S H I M M E R |

So whenever I wear my off the shoulder Bardot style I always like to apply a shimmer highlight across my collar bone and on my shoulders. My current new favourite highlight to use is the Iconic London Illuminator Drops. They are perhaps a little on the steep side for beauty at around £30 for 10ml however a little goes a very long way with this product! 

| C O L L A R  B O N E |

In my opinion, I have always loved nothing more than an exposed collar bone. I honestly believe that anything strapless is far sexier than exposing any other part of the body. Perhaps it's just my figure and confidence with getting my collar bone out rather than my legs, but even on other girls, I think it's so sexy and yet so understated. I love it! 

| T A N |

A pet peeve of mine is getting tan lines. I try to avoid it at all costs and when, on those very rare occasions, we get beautiful weather in the North of England, I love having an off the shoulder piece. For the colder but sunny days, I'll wear a Bardot shirt paired with simple jeans. When it's a little warmer, I'll opt for an off the shoulder summer dress. Complete with sandals and a small bag with my shades on my head, I'm set to go! 

| F A V O U R I T E S |

Here are some of my favourite Bardot style off the shoulder pieces that I have been loving recently. Click the image to shop! Let me know your favourite and what you think of this trend. Do you love off the shoulder as much as me?









*Please note that this post may have affiliate or sponsored links. Any products listed or reviews and opinions are as always of my own and true to how I feel. For PR and media enquiries please email freyafarrington@hotmail.com. This post is in entry to a competition with Farfetch. You can see the full blogpost I mentioned at https://www.farfetch.com/uk/style-guide/collaborations/styling-off-the-shoulder-tops/.