Free The Shoulders​

I’ve been loving shirts with shoulder cutouts recently, or- as I’ve just learned, they’re also called “cold shoulder” tops. My only problem is that I look awful in any cold shoulder shirts that are too tight. I honestly feel lumpy. 

Laugh all you want but that is probably the perfect word to describe how I feel. However, I ventured into the sale section at Forever 21 a while ago and picked out this top on a whim. If I’m being honest, I only got this shirt because it was on sale. BUT- it was one of the best on the whim decisions I’ve ever made because I love it so much.




The thing that I like most about this shirt is how loose it is. I kind of feel like I’m not wearing a shirt because the fabric is so soft and loose. The sleeves also add to the movement of the shirt and the cutouts on the shoulders are so flattering!!

Can we also talk about the colour of the shirt?! It is such a pretty shade of pink that isn’t too warm toned or cool toned. I feel super tan in the shirt even though I’m not- so that’s always a bonus. I’ve said this too many times before but I really don’t own enough colour so once in a while I like to surprise the world and wear something other than black, grey and white (but mainly black).

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Here’s me a little caught off guard in between pictures but I wanted to show you guys how I paired this outfit!! I think any black pants would look super cute with this shirt – MAYBE a skirt if you pair it right but the problem with this shirt is that it really isn’t form fitting enough to go with something like a high waisted skirt and the material isn’t good for tucking in either. I went with a very simple route and just paired it with black jeans and black shoes. I want to do a whole post on my black booties because they are my saving grace I can’t even describe how much I love them. I’ve worn them so much that I’m considering letting them rest because they’ve gone through a lot haha.

That’s it from me today!! Happy Saturday!


Sindy Spencer




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