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Your shoulders are officially fashion hot property, but what is the best way the make the most of them? We’ve got the answers.

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Team a denim chambray bardot with a denim skirt and dress up for the day.

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Don’t catch unnecessary shoulder chill, experiment and wear a plain tee underneath your bardot for a little extra coverage with an edge.


Don't waste your waist, create some curves by adding a belt. Accessorise with eyelet sandals and folk inspired jewellery.

Now you've got the bardot, it's time to sculpt your shoulders...

Now we love you no matter what shape you’re in, but if you want to boost your confidence when it comes to donning you’re bardot, check out a few handy exercises for sculpting your shoulders. All these exercises are body weight focused and very easy to do at home – get involved!


Works: Rear delts (the back shoulder muscle) & lateral delts (shoulder muscle across the top)

Reps: 4 sets of 10-20 reps, increase as you get stronger

Stand against a wall and take a wider than shoulder-width grip on a towel. Keep your body straight, heels flat on the floor and your arms fully extended. Flex at your elbows to pull the towel towards your chest, pause once the movement is complete then return to the starting position and repeat.  


Works: Lateral delts

Reps: 4 sets of 10-20 reps, increase as you get stronger

Stand holding a can of baked beans in each hand with your arms by your sides and your feet shoulder-width apart.  Slowly raise the cans out to the side, lifting until they are shoulder level. Pause. Then lower back down to your sides.

crab walk

Works: Shoulders, core, biceps and forearms

Reps: See how far you can crab walk and increase the distance as you improve.

Sit on the floor and plant your hands beneath your shoulders. Place your feet flat and bend your knees, lift your hips an inch or so off the floor – this is your crab position. Now walk forward on your hands and feet, whilst keeping your hips low and chest up.

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