The sexier alternative to standard ones are one-shoulder tops or dresses, and their asymmetrical shape draws attention to the shoulder region. Here is all you need to know about One-shoulder tops or dresses.
One-shoulder tops or dresses
The one shoulder dress is defined as having fabric over only one shoulder, and this style of dress can have either a wide strap style sleeve or a full length sleeve over the shoulder that is supposed to be covered. It is thought to have evolved from ancient Rome where both men and women wore a wraparound. While the modern version of these dresses can be any length, from mini-dress to above the knee or even floor length, and even tops come in the style of one shoulder straps or sleeves, the roots of this dress style can also be found in ancient India, where the sari can be similarly wrapped over just one shoulder. The one shoulder dress was first popularised in the 1950s, and it is still worn by celebrities today for daytime wear or red carpet occasions.