From basic tees and jumpers to dresses and button up shirts, there seems to be something missing lately, huh? We have already expressed to you our love for cutouts. Well, this latest version of the skin baring trend is very wearable for people of all shapes and sizes, which makes it a total loveable item. What you are waiting for? Show off those shoulders, ladies! The shoulder cut-out is back in. Shoulders have been accented and embellished within the last few years and it’s not going to stop just like that! We have first seem shoulders being accentuated with shoulder pads and decorative designs with sequins, beads even spikes and studs. Today, shoulders are being shown off in a more sensual way, with a hint of edginess and class. If you are not comfortable baring your shoulders, this is a great way to half cover them and half show them. The cut-outs will add the right amount of sexiness that is subtle yet stylish. Without sacrificing too much skin, this fashion is going to work-appropriate from day to night, and effortlessly chic for a fun night out in town. The cut-out shoulders look best on a button-up shirt that is loose and free with different fabrics such as denim, chiffon, and cotton. Ready to bare it?
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Accessories are important in this look, so stick with a long necklace, ring, and bracelet.
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Since you want the shirt to be loose and flowy, balance the bottom with tighter pants.
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Carry a camel colored bag and step out into the sun in tortoise-shell sunglasses.
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To achieve this look, start off with a cut-out shoulder shirt and skinny jeans.
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Lovely satiny silky pink shirt with pearl detail around shoulder cut out.
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For the fall season, wedge booties will be an important asset to any wardrobe, so utilize this shoe in this outfit.
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Kim Kardashian in a black cut-out shoulder shirt.
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Kourtney Kardashian in a cut-out shoulder plaid shirt.
 


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