The one shouldered trend has been roaring all summer, and to be honest, I have a mixed feelings about it. It can be a modern and sexy take on Grecian, especially if you have great arms, but take note of a few guidelines when wearing it.
I've seen many women who are unaware of their bodies and the lines they are creating, and they end up with a one-shouldered top that makes them look overly broad-shouldered or does strange things to their breasts. This can be solved with a different strap width.
Also, this trend requires a strapless or convertible bra. Wearing a normal bra looks out of place. Going without a bra can make you look lopsided. Also, make sure you're not showing cleavage as that makes you, not the shirt, look asymmetrical.
In summation, think of your boobies, ladies!Top: white dress with black floral print, Dillard's $59
slinky pink dress, Forever 21 $19.80
dark red cut out dress, Urban Outfitters $48 (A similar dress in spring colors is on clearance!)
yellow knot dress, BCBGenerations at Zappos $92
Bottom: teal jersey batwing mini dress, Free People on Chick Down Town $68
purple belted dress, eDressMe $92
graphic print dress, Topshop $100
Top: purple bow top, BCBG Max Azria at Nordstrom $62.90
white twist top, Arden B. $38
dusty rose ruffle top, Target $14.99
blue tiered ruffle top, Topshop $65
Bottom: pink paisley top, Rampage at Dillard's $44
empire waist zip detail top, Urban Outfitters $38