How to Wear an Asymmetric Style

Balance and symmetry are great, but diagonal lines create movement and interest. Some women who have a preference for classic clothing tend to avoid asymmetry, but it’s actually a detail that makes everything look modern. If you’re new to the trend, keep on reading for our tricks on how to wear an asymmetric style.

Start with a pair of asymmetric sandals.

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If the asymmetric style feels overwhelming with you, start with a pair of sandals. Like fashion bloggers Desiree and Jennifer Selmanovic, add some sexy vibe to your classy outfit with asymmetric sandals that will be the focal point of your outfit. If you have a classic fashion personality that tends to go for a simple and traditional style of shoes that will stand the test of time, it’s time to add some flair to your looks. Like fashion blogger Kristina Bazan, go for a pastel pink or even nude pair of heels that will go well with your office outfits and your casual weekend ones.

Show off your sexy shoulders with an asymmetric neckline.

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If you wish to look sexy in a non-provocative way, go for asymmetric or one shoulder tops that look more feminine and chic over plunging necklines. Like fashion blogger Kristina Bazan, think of going for necklines with ruffles to add some feminine flair. Also, you can wear a gold chain necklace that will make your outfit more glamorous and chic.

Go for asymmetric tops and dresses that add some modern vibe to your style.

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Asymmetrical hems have become wardrobe mainstays over the past few seasons. And while some styles have reached saturation level, asymmetrical hems have proved here to stay because of their versatility that works in every situation. Though they create interesting vertical lines which have a slimming and elongating effect, you have to make sure those lines land on the perfect spot. Asymmetric dresses and tops are excellent to wear over skinny jeans and leggings and can be a great way to camouflage a tummy. Like fashion blogger Sydne Summer, wear your asymmetric top with a pair of shorts that elongates your petite frame strategically. They are the perfect layering piece as they will allow for some of the other layers to show.

Embrace asymmetric hemlines.

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Asymmetric dresses and tops will instantly add an arty vibe to your outfit and they look edgy that adds a young and hip element. You may go for a figure-hugging or draped style of skirt in an asymmetric style that looks sexier and more feminine over simply cut ones. Like fashion blogger Micah Gianneli, go for an asymmetric knit dress that can be balanced with a structured sailor blazer and stiletto pumps. This way, you’ll get a modern yet classic style that stands the test of time.

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