Why You Need a Bardot Dress in Your Closet

This sexy silhouette is back in the spotlight.

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If you ask us, shoulders are underrated. They're an alluring area of the body that—when they become the focus of an outfit—offer sex appeal without any danger of overexposure. That's why we're thrilled that the Bardot neckline is hurtling back into the spotlight. While this style has had some major moments in fashion—Brigitte Bardot's famous LBD in the 1950s, Julia Roberts' iconic red dress in Pretty Woman—it has become a celebrity favorite all over again in the last year.

Louise Roe rocked an edgy leather version to the Grammys this year, giving this girly silhouette some street cred.

Trend to Try: Bardot Dresses
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Rihanna chose a gorgeous rose-colored Bardot-style dress for the Diamond Ball in December. 

Trend to Try: Bardot Dresses
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Always fashion forward Sienna Miller wore this sheer Bardot-style number to the premiere of American Sniper.

Trend to Try: Bardot Dresses
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Ready to try this stunning silhouette for yourself? We found gorgeous versions at Revolve Clothing, Nordstrom, ASOS and Missguided.

Bardot Off the Shoulder Dress, $105, at revolveclothing.com; Stylestalker Ballerina Off the Shoulder Fit & Flare Dress, $178, at Nordstrom; Paper Dolls Plus Bardot Pencil Dress With Lace Trim, $92, at us.asos.com; Missguided Stretch Crepe Bardot Mini Dress, $57, at missguided.com
Bardot Off the Shoulder Dress, $105, at revolveclothing.com; Stylestalker Ballerina Off the Shoulder Fit & Flare Dress, $178, at Nordstrom; Paper Dolls Plus Bardot Pencil Dress With Lace Trim, $92, at us.asos.comMissguided Stretch Crepe Bardot Mini Dress, $57, at missguided.com
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