Wearing: Asilio One Shoulder Knit Sweater Tunic (shop similar here), Toteme Choker Scarf (buy alternatives here, here and here), Weekday Pants (old, but find similar styles here, here, and here), Zara Sandals (old, but great options here and here), Céline Sunglasses c/o SmartBuyGlasses, Mango Earrings (sold out, but find alternative here), and a J.W. Anderson Pierce Bag
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A one shoulder knit sweater /tunic for spring? This time the answer really is –nonsarcastically speaking– ‘groundbreaking’. Allow me to extrapolate: While it might still be a bit too chilly to wear a completely strapless top, it’s already warm enough to wear a knit with one sleeve. Once again, this is the perfect middle ground between winter and summer, aka optimal transitional dressing. However, if there are days where it’s too cool to bare a shoulder, no problemo: simply layer a white button down shirt or fishnet top underneath. In fact, a one shoulder knit sweater tunic offers a vast variety of options regarding layering. The sky’s the limit, you name it: Layer a one shoulder knit over a longer dress, over wide leg trousers, over a turtleneck, and I could go on forever.
How would you wear a one shoulder knit sweater?
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