1. Choker for statement Earrings
It’s time to retire your black string back to the jewelry box. Whether you used to wrap it once or multiple times into a bow, this choker style is one you won’t be sad to see go.
It’s time to turn your attention to your ears — adorn them with major baubles and watch the complements roll in.
The high-neck top is a bit more dramatic and offers a hint more coverage, too. Focus on its subtler details, like frills around the collar and shirt options in lace or chiffon, to give your outfit an upgrade.
Dress it with jeans or wear it to sleep, but a vintage band tee never goes out of style.
Unlike their longer sister version, crop flares hit above the ankles and can be worn with heels, mules, loafers, sneakers . . . the list continues. The shorter style looks fresher, and for the petite girls out there, you can totally rock flares now.
5. Off-the-Shoulder Tops for cold shoulders
There was no escaping off-the-shoulder tops and dresses but they didn’t make the cut. Designers and brands have managed, however, to rework the cutout-shoulder trend into other options that are just as wearable.
While the off-the-shoulder look is sexier, the cold-shoulder look is sweeter. You still get to show off the parts you want without experiencing anxiety of your top slipping down thanks to that extra piece of fabric.