>The one-shoulder, Daegu.
I think one-shoulder pieces are a real trick to pull off, but I really like this top. A lot of one-shoulder looks are a bit tacky and out of place. It’s funny because it can make a piece look “overdone” by having something be missing. That is normally when it looks as if there were two straps and then one was just taken off for kicks. Here is not like that. When the one-shoulder is done right it can be really great in terms of design, as well as flattering the body. I like the details in this neckline and where the strap hits on the shoulder and cuts across.
I spoke briefly with this girl about fashion in Korea. She said the top and her jeans were both purchased in Korea, and were great finds for her because even though she’s thin and of size, she’s found that most items here have a strange fit. Most womens tops in Korea are cut narrow in the chest and shorter in both the armholes and shoulders.