Is it embarrassing if I still like one shoulder dresses? Are they still in?  I have a wedding coming up next month and I’d really like to wear one.  Can sasha go looking, T


This style can be really hit or miss for me, but I think the general idea is to go less toga and more tailored. Ya dig? Cool. Let’s do this.

I’ll kick things off with my favorite – click here to check out this Eliza J stunner.  Everything from the delicate ruching to the structured neckline makes it a total winner, and at half your budget you still have money left over to cop a great pair of heels.

Oh, I think I change my mind, this one might be my favorite. It’s a bit more playful in its design and that split shoulder detail adds the perfect amount of modernity.   

Color is where it’s at so think anything in the pastels, sorbets and bold brights family.  This Badgley Mischka is right on point – it’s pretty and punchy all at the same time.    

A few designers sent looks down the runway that were heavily inspired by the Middle East with bold colors paired with soft flowing fabrics. Seriously gorgeous. And T, if you have an eye for that kind of design then this dress by Adrianna Papell gives a nod to that. Oh, and if you want it in a softer color palette click here.    

Finally, I don’t know if you’re looking to pick up at this wedding, but if you are and want to show you’re a green light then slink your way into any one of the following.  Get clicking here, and here and here.

Thanks for writing in and keep your LIFE + STYLE questions coming my way.