Off the shoulder statement tops have been a part of Sylvie Millstein‘s wheelhouse for several seasons now. So while finding ways to reimagine the trend for resort, she found inspiration in the beauty of traditional Argentinian gauchos. Cotton men’s shirts were reworked to fall off a single shoulder and arms were exposed with a series of buttons climbing up the sleeves. Blouses with billowy sleeves were carried over from fall with even more dramatic volume. Skirts barely grazed the floor and looked wide enough to pass as trousers. Theatrical yet oh, so wearable. Love.
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