A shirt that is naturally designed with a low and wide-cut neckline, not covering the shoulders or upper chest area, leaving them bare.
Off-shoulder shirts are meant to emphasize and accentuate the wearer's shoulders, collarbone, and neck (or nape), with the sleeves of an off-shoulder shirt sitting on the upper arms instead of on top of the shoulders.
Hecatia's black shirt is one of the best examples of this tag (ie. post #2098240).
Other good examples of this tag include post #3914611, post #3952216, post #3876573, post #4905031, post #3909774, post #2652791, post #2674946, etc.
For the shirt to qualify for this tag, the sleeves must be attached to the shirt. If they are not, then it is a strapless shirt or a tube top with detached sleeves.
Do not use this tag for open or partially-open shirts that are simply worn hanging off the upper arms (ie. post #3976123, post #4578307, post #4576682, post #4935438, post #4910412, post #6125474, etc.). Those shirts should be tagged only off shoulder instead. A general rule of thumb is that if the shirt appears it could be pulled up and worn normally without slipping off the shoulder, it is not an off-shoulder shirt.
Off-shoulder shirts, strapless shirts, and sleeveless shirts are mutually exclusive to each other. Off-shoulder shirt is also mutually exclusive to single-shoulder shirt.
- Off shoulder
- Off-shoulder dress
- Off-shoulder sweater
- Off-shoulder one-piece swimsuit
- Off-shoulder bikini
This tag implicates off_shoulder and shirt (learn more).