If you have OCD, asymmetrical cuts may not be something you ever wish to see but if you don’t and you’re looking for new ways to spice up your looks, why not try them out? Asymmetrical cuts can really add a wonderful twist to your look. It’s perfect for when you want something that’s a little outside the box. Check out these tips and ideas on various stylish ways to wear asymmetrical cuts.
- NECKLINE – getting tired of the usual crew neck, v-neck or even the sweetheart and scoop necklines? How about trying out an asymmetrical neckline? It’s something that will look great on most people, regardless of body type and built. Some asymmetrical necklines include off the shoulder and one-shoulder tops as well as Venus cuts.
- WRAP STYLE SKIRT AND DRESSES– most wrap style skirts and dresses have an asymmetrical cut by the hem so if you’re looking for a rather natural way to wear asymmetrical cuts, you should definitely go for eiher a wrap dress or a wrap skirt. Wrap dresses are perfect for those who want to look slimmer, especially when it comes in a dark color. Wrap skirts are best worn at mini length because that’s when they’re most flattering.
- SKORTS – another effortless way to wear asymmetrical cuts is to wear skorts. Skorts, a hybrid between shorts and skirt, are designed with an asymmetrical hemline. These are perfect for when you’re looking for something new and interesting to add to your outfit. If you don’t already, add skorts to your wardrobe. They’re super chic and you can wear them all year round, too!
- SLIT SKIRT – forget about the usual top to bottom slit and go for a more asymmetrical one if you’re looking for ways to up your skirt game. An asymmetrical slit skirt is great if you want to your legs to get more exposure, especially when they’re freshly tanned. Slip into a sexy pair of heels and you’re set for the day.
- SWIMSUIT STYLE – yes, we know there’s no way you’re buying swimsuits anytime soon but if you like planning ahead and want some ideas on cute swimsuit styles for summer next year, take a look at these gorgeous pieces below that feature asymmetrical designs.
- HI-LO (HIGH LOW) DRESSES – lastly, if you want something easy and on trend, you can go for a hi-lo dress (or a skirt, whichever you prefer) instead. A hi-lo dress is best worn at maxi length if you really want to get the drama and look of it into full effect.