TREND MEMO: All things asymmetrical

move over, off-the-shoulder necklines!  This season, one-shoulder tops are stealing the spotlight together with all things asymmetrical.  In today’s pattern Memo #5, we’re speaking exactly how to wear the asymmetrical pattern as well as exactly how to integrate it into your wardrobe for work, play as well as beyond.
Today’s look features not only a one-shoulder top, however likewise an asymmetrical pant with cascading ruffles down one leg.  You may have noticed that the lopsided pattern likewise popped up earlier in this series, in pattern Memo #2 with the asymmetrical hem on my navy midi skirt.

SOLACE LONDONKelsey One-Shoulder Stretch-Knit Top

SOLACE LONDONMargo ruffled Charmeuse Culottes

Personally, I’m thrilled that one-shoulder looks are taking center stage this season, since they’re commonly much more flexible than their off-the-shoulder cousins.  Whether it’s a long sleeve top like the one I’m using today with one shoulder peeking out, or a sleeveless one-shoulder top such as this one with arms exposed, the neckline can be dressed up or down with ease.  Pair it with jean shorts for an simple weekend look or with skinny denim as well as heels for date night.  I especially like sweatshirts such as this one which produce super cozy toppers on spring as well as summertime nights.

EVERLANEThe contemporary slouch Mule

J. W. ANDERSONPierce Bag

When it comes to asymmetrical bottoms, the very first thing that commonly comes to mind is the typical scarf hemline with sharp corners hanging down haphazardly.  You’ll see a great deal of those around, however this season, designers have come up with even more innovative methods to integrate asymmetry below the belt.  Whether it’s the soft, subtle undulations across the bottom of a skirt like my navy midi in Tuesday’s post, or fascinating outlining down one pant leg like today’s culottes, the options are endless as well as the styles feel fresher than ever.
While today is all about asymmetry, this look likewise picks up on one more important pattern for spring—ruffles.  Whether they’re micro ruffles at the edge of a shirt sleeve or voluminous waves down the leg of a plant, this pattern has been going strong for the past year as well as doesn’t appear to be letting up anytime soon.  I really just bought these ruffle-waist pants last night—how adorable are they?!  As you can see, I can’t get enough!

ARGENTO VIVO Front Hoop Earrings

WEAR TO WORKIn more buttoned-up offices, opt for a sheath gown with a killer asymmetrical neckline like this dress or this dress (how stunning is that blue?!).
This pencil skirt with a smooth asymmetrical hemline is uber chic.
The color of this dress is breathtaking as well as the knee-length asymmetrical hem makes it perfect for the office.
Just like my pants today, this gorgeous skirt picks up on that asymmetrical ruffle for a bit work-ready flair.
This stunning blouse with asymmetrical hem would be outstanding over a tapered ankle-length trouser for the office, as well as quickly dressed up for a night out as well.

BRB, OUT OF OFFICEYou may keep in mind me sporting this top in Florida a few weeks back (post here).  It looked as great in the daytime around the beach as it did in the evening.  The in shape as well as material is exceptional as well as the fringed edges add the perfect completing touch.
I likewise own this top and absolutely like it.  It’s risk-free to state you understand what I’ll be using on Cinco de Mayo.
I’m going nuts over all of the killer one shoulder swimwears out there.  I absolutely love this one, as well as linked a number of more beauties down in the favorites section at the bottom of this post.
This blouse is currently in my buying cart. I just recently saw it on a good friend as well as it’s super lovely on.
I’m seeing tons of super adorable asymmetrical minis like this one. DRAGOSTE.Piese neuniforme preferate ale sezonului

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