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Is Katie Holmes Bringing Back The One-Shoulder Top?

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    Last we heard from Katie Holmes, she and Suri were scoping out real estate in Midtown Manhattan. The actress has been keeping a low profile this summer, hopefully enjoying her new digs. This week, though, it was back on the red carpet for Holmes, who wore a Michael Kors ensemble that revived the trend we couldn't get enough of in the mid-aughts: the one-shoulder top.

    The off-the-shoulder look has really taken off of late, though Holmes' throwback style is certainly making a case for a comeback of its own. Her sheer, asymmetrical blouse features lightly ruffled layers that add a romantic appeal to the all-black outfit. Paired with sleek, pleated trousers and printed pumps from Kors' pre-fall collection, it's a look that made us realize: This is how to do monochrome for summer. (It'll work great for fall, too.) Click ahead to view the actress' head-to-toe ensemble and shop a few similar, shoulder-baring shirts to add to your closet.

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