Asymmetric dress styles

Most of us are used to wearing dresses with a straight edge and a symmetrical silhouette. This is the standard method of modeling. Therefore, familiarity with the world of asymmetrical dresses can lead to confusion. Although some models look best on a certain type of figure, asymmetric dresses are suitable for all women. The main thing is to choose the design that your silhouette demonstrates.

High Low

Asymmetric dress with short front and long back hem is called “high-low” style. When viewed from the side, the lower edge of the dress is chamfered upwards towards the front of the figure. This outfit shows legs and looks very feminine with a touch of sexuality. Most women are fitted model, emphasizing, not hiding the figure. But if you have a figure of the “apple” type, the fitted version is not good. It is better to try a free silhouette.

With bevelled hem

A dress whose hem is lower on one side and higher on the other, shows in a favorable light a figure of any type. Choose a model of maxi or midi length, without a sleeve and with a triangular neckline, with a tight bodice and a loose flying skirt. Asymmetric maxi usually opens a few centimeters of one foot. Midi demonstrates a small section of one leg and rises above the knee on the second leg. To the legs seemed higher, put on a high-heeled shoes.

On one shoulder

Asymmetrical and dress with an uneven line of the neck. If you have wide shoulders, choose a model that opens one shoulder. A strip of fabric, oblique at an angle toward the neck, visually narrows the upper part of the body. And on a figure of any type, it will be interesting to look at a dress with one shoulder strap or one sleeve, narrow or wide. Or try on a dress whose wide neck is on one side lower than the other.

Asymmetric layers

Asymmetric dress can be worn without opening too much body. Imagine yourself in a dress with a throat “boat”, a sleeve “three quarters” and a skirt that ends just above the knee. This is the bottom layer of the dress. And now imagine the top skirt of the same fabric, coming down at an angle from the top of the thigh and ending at 3-5 cm above the lower skirt. This model combines the visual interest of an asymmetrical silhouette and the conservatism of a traditional dress.