Off-the-shoulder tops (and dresses) are undoubtedly the neckline trend of the summer, and though the flattering silhouette isn't one we're quite ready to let go of, come fall it'll inevitably begin to feel out of season. The solution? Well, we think it's the one-shoulder top. Not only was it seen all over the F/W 15 runways (a few examples below), but it's also popping up on some of our favourite street style subjects. Scroll down to see why we're rooting for the one-shoulder top.
Stella McCartney Tweed Tailoring Annette Top ($1055)