I've always felt that my shoulders and neck were nice features, so I have been looking forward to trying an off the shoulder top. At first, I thought I'd stick to the more practical "cold shoulder" version of this trend, which has been around for a bit. I saw a woman wearing a lovely cold shoulder white peasant top with cutoff denim shorts at the beath a couple weekends ago and it strengthened my resolve to give this trend a spin. After shopping online, I decided to give it a chance with the strapless bra.
I'm still nursing, and actually a strapless bra is pretty easy to nurse in. I've leaned out just enough that my old strapless fits perfectly, as it turns out. This is the one I own (Fantasie brand). If you are like me and have a larger cup size and smaller band size, I recommend it (it has molded cups which I do not like in my regular bras, but it helps with a strapless bra).
In the past, I have also owned this Wacoal stretch lace strapless bra (not molded cups) and it was very comfortable.
I recommend having a proper bra fitter at either a specialty boutique or Nordstrom fit you for a strapless bra and show you how to put it on. I would NOT recommend Victoria's Secret and their ilk as they do not fit bras properly and often do not carry sizes that are actually very common.