The More Advanced Version Of "Draping A Jacket Over Your Shoulders"

Most people will suffer inconveniences and discomfort for the 'gram, but imagine what lengths fashion people go for the street style snap. On the sidewalks during Fashion Week, lewk-wearers will attempt some styling tricks that might look incredible in a picture, but don't necessarily work for the real world. Take that whole thing about throwing your jacket over your shoulders — at this point, it's a street style cliché. But leave it to fashion people to turn toward something even more challenging as trends start to tire...

We call it the forced shoulder exposure. Whether you're wearing your jackets around your elbows or pulling a wide neckline down and around a shoulder, manipulating your clothes to look like they're already halfway off has made its way from a runway styling trend to a Fashion Week attendee trend. If we read the patterns, that means you'll probably be seeing a real-life version on the street in just a few months...or maybe in the mirror?

Click through to see if this is a look you'll be adopting.

Photographed by Victoria Adamson.
For beginners, push one side of your jacket off your shoulders. Make sure your tank top game is on point, first.
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An oversized pullover with an oversized neckline can easily become a sexy piece — consider this the 2015 version of the Flashdance sweatshirt.
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Mimic the look of this blue gingham shirt by pulling on the back of your collar and keeping everything in place with a good belt.
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When you're only a little hot.
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Give your grandpa sweater a dose of sex appeal by pulling the neckline over one shoulder.
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A belt keeps this coat from falling down.