The heat has been turning up every day here and today, it’s 33°C. So it’s time for summer wear, although I have to say, we dress like it’s summer all year round in Singapore. But wait, what exactly is summer wear? Something comfortable? Something thin? Or maybe something that bares more skin? Okay, baring cleavage isn’t my kind of thing and so I opted to bare my shoulders—it’s one asset that I can afford to show off. So in came the cold shoulder tops. I love them. I think they’re quite edgy, without baring too much skin in a distasteful manner.
Anyhow, I ordered my second piece of cold shoulder top from ASOS recently. It’s a size 6 but it’s pretty large for me. Oh well, roomy means comfy and though the material isn’t thin, I don’t feel like I’m doing a sauna in it because it’s rather “airy”.
I don’t know about you but I certainly find the cold shoulder design looking better than the one shoulder ones. Frankly, the latter is a nay for me. I might just try a dress with the cold shoulder design next but I just need to look for the right design or I’ll look too sloppy. It’s okay if a top appears large or oversize but that’s not quite the case with dresses.
Here’s my first piece which I’ve shared in a post earlier in the year. This piece fits a lot better and I’ll admit it looks better too.