Asymmetric dress and heels by Lonely Dream store // Balenciaga bracelet // Marc Jacobs necklace 

Asymmetrical cuts and patterns are designs with no new introduction, yet they can be appear in various form in sleeves, necklines, hemlines, layers, shoulders, wraps, prints and just to name a few.  I’m in love with this asymmetrical dress which is designed long at the back and short in the front. The entire geometry and symmetry involved in this dress has been completely broken taken away the rigid lines of symmetry by some deftly cut lines at its hemlines.

While styling an asymmetrical dress, take the length into consideration. A length that hits above your ankle may be a better choice if you want to lengthen your legs proportion. Often asymmetrical styles are apt for all dressy occasions; however the prints and cut of this piece allows me to easily style with flats or platform heels to tone down the femininity dressing.

It wouldn’t be easy when comes to asymmetrical styling. Dare to wear, and I’m sure you will find the fun part in creating your own style.