Have you been wondering if you can wear a one shoulder dress? I know, I wasn’t sure about this style either until I found some that I loved. Here a few tips to help you score an asymmetrical dress you will adore!
What’s So Special About a One Shoulder Dress
There are so many dresses to choose from when you are heading to an event. However, only a few styles stand out in the sea of special event dresses. A one shoulder dress falls under that category. Take a break from your usual dress format and opt for this fun style.
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Let’s Address the Strapless Bra Thing
Before we get into finding a one shoulder dress you will adore – let’s state the obvious reason why you may have avoided this style. You are most likely dreading your mortal enemy, the strapless bra! I understand. That was me too until I found a strapless bra that I love. Here is a post on my go to bra.
What to Look for in an Asymmetrical Dress
First, you need to decide on what type of one shoulder dress you want. There are a ton of options! However, if you have curves, you are going to want to stick to certain styles. For example, go with fabric that has stretch and some additional structure.
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Finding the Right Color and Prints
Additionally, go with a color that you absolutely adore. That will increase the likelihood of you wearing it. Likewise, If you do go with a print, stay with smaller prints. You don’t want to look to busy as this style already stands out.
“While you might not opt to wear a one-shoulder dress on a regular basis, as the style tends to land on the more formal side of the spectrum, styling it can be just as easy as wearing your other shoulder-baring ensembles.”Source: Who What Wear
Styling Your One Shoulder Dress
Lastly, keep everything else simple. This is a unique style that doesn’t need to be competing with the other pieces you are wearing. Let the dress be the visual centerpiece of your look!
Ok, now go rock that one shoulder dress!! Want more dress style ideas? Check out this post.