Sleeveless Chic: How to Go Back to Style This Summer

Sleeveless Chic: How to Go Back to Style This Summer

A spring look by Chanel

READY TO VENTURE back into the public eye? From happy-hour haute to glorified pajamas-gone-glam, our style guru collected five must-shop trends to revamp your style. Gone is the cold shoulder — the sleeveless trend is as hot as it gets! Vaccine-ready shoulder-baring blouses, tees and tanks by designers from Balmain to Retrofete can be dressed up or down. And as denim and trouser rises get higher, so does the crop.


Paisley-print canvas top, $790, by Gucci

Viscose top, $298, by The SEI

Cropped denim top, $1,095, by Balmain

Padded-shoulder French cherry top, $225, by Philip Lim

Étoile Filante earrings, $15,259, by Chanel

Handbag, $350, by Coach

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