I have to say, I love being a woman (sometimes). I like the fact that we have a lot of variations to the different styles these designers create for us. One of the creations that I like is the asymmetrical dress.
I like the fact that it’s not too conformist. The pattern is not rigid but rather free flowing. This black asymmetrical dress of Diane Von Furstenberg that I found on Ebay is a fine example of free flowing. The dress follows your every move make it all the more alluring. Imagine the number of heads you’d be able to turn once you wear this dress and started dancing on the dance floor. Another fashion find are the dresses from Resultly and this BCBG asymmetrical dress in pink raspberry will be a sure-hit not only on men but on women too. I love the color. This can be paired off with your champagne heels if you have one or your gold shoes. I love the different possibilities with this dress.
What did I tell you? I love the asymmetrical design. These rough edges kind of deviates from the norm of A-line skirts or the regular length of the dresses. The dress emphasizes on one of the woman’s asset – our legs.
FrikkenDuckie.com gave tips on how you can wear this style to your advantage. I guess you can just follow her steps to get it right the first time and then explore how you can dress up on your own. Be an adventurer that is how fashionistas starts.
If the skirt is too much for you, the Venus cut or the one-shoulder look is also considered an asymmetrical dress so if you think you are more confident to show off the upper part of your body, go ahead and do so. I guess I can say the same with most celebrities as I see them going for this look as well and not a lot are that experimental to this kind of style unless it is a gown that they need to wear on awards night.
The bodycon asymmetrical dresses seems to be more in demand these days. With everyone having the figure to show for, why hide it right? The hemlines of these bodycons either have a longer side or front. Take this dress of Kylie Jenner.
The longer front posed as a slit of the dress causing her to expose a bit of her legs, which looks sexy. If I do have toned legs, I might consider going for this dress too but with probably in a different color and maybe had my hair on a French twist or a messy bun because I think her hair kind of interfered with the entire outfit.
So, are you ready to spend your money on this style? I certainly will!