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The star has committed fully to creative ways to wear her tops — none of which are on the shoulders
By Alex Apatoff•@nicefunalex
Updated November 17, 2016 at 9:49am EST
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THE COZY AIRPORT LOOK
Because wearing your sweater on both shoulders is just too constricting for a long flight.
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THE 'IT'S A LITTLE TOO CHILLY FOR THIS' LOOK
When you need to use your hair to cover up your exposed shoulder, it might be time to consider a coat.
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THE 'MIX BUSINESS WITH PLEASURE' LOOK
The AYR jacket is a chic complement to her plunging jumpsuit, but it's also just a tad too formal for the occasion.
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THE 'L NECK' LOOK
V-necks are for amateurs. Chrissy shows off her advanced style bona fides by turning her Rails sweater (worn with Paige jeans) into a whole new shape.
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THE DATE NIGHT LOOK
John Legend knows about her allergy to shoulder fabric, but loves her in spite of (because of?) it. (She's in a Caroline Constas for Intermix top, Paige jeans, a Monique Lhuillier clutch and Jennifer Fisher earrings.)
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THE DOUBLE ELBOW LOOK
When just baring one shoulder isn't enough, the star goes even bolder (and adds similarly skin-showing Ancient Greek sandals).
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THE EXPOSED LINGERIE LOOK
Sometimes your bra is too pretty to stay hidden under an oversized olive sweater.
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THE COLOR-BLOCK LOOK
With pants this full-coverage, the only possible option is an off-the-shoulder top.
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THE TWO TRENDS AT A TIME LOOK
What better to wear with a shoulder-showing Hellessy top than an also so of-the-moment Serenity choker?
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THE BODYCON LOOK
For when you want your LBD (hers is Nicholas Oakwell Couture) to be even L-er.
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THE SLASHER LOOK
Proving that there are almost unlimited ways to show your shoulders, Chrissy goes bold with a spaghetti strap/slit sleeve style that still lets her deltoids run free.