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Celebrities Embrace The Off-The-Shoulder Dress For Summer

For anyone aiming to embrace Summer 2015’s bohemian inspired trend, the simple off-the-shoulder dress is a winning look. With airy silhouettes, flowing necklines and a slightly sultry appeal, there’s nothing quite like bare, bronzed shoulders on display as the temperature heats up. In fact, stylish stars like Jamie Chung, Olivia Palermo and Alexa Chung have all embraced the off-shoulder frock for the season. Here are the best celebrity inspired ways to wear this girlish look.

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1) Jamie Chung: The 32-year-old Flock of Dudes actress made a splash in her A-line linen Mariana dress, from Los Angeles-based designer Yael Aflalo’s line Reformation. Chung emphasized her petite figure in the pale blue dress, which made a ladylike statement with its ruffled neckline and tiny front buttons. We are also loving the strappy sandals, which complete her casual chic look.

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2) Olivia Palermo: Ever the trendsetter, the 29-year-old former reality star, socialite and style icon embraced the off-the-shoulder trend in a floral Marchesa creation. The green embroidered blossoms, puffy sleeves and above-the-knee hemline all add boho chic flair to her outfit. As a finishing touch, her matching Aquazzara strappy heels emphasize the flirty style.


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3) Alexa Chung: In a sophisticated twist on the trend, 31-year-old model and British Vogue contributing editor Alexa Chung looked gorgeous in her preppy white off-shoulder frock from Alessandra Rich’s Spring 2015 collection. The streamlined silhouette and pretty pleats showcase her slim shape, while the crisp pleated neckline and bold matching belt add structure to the design.

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