Top 5 Asymmetric Outfits for Summer 2014

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Double asymmetry
Double asymmetry
If you are looking for something to inspire you for greater deeds and more cheerful mood, then you will acquire a lot from this post. For one thing, a woman can never be happy if she does not like what she wears. This is why it takes us so long to choose an outfit, whenever we go out. Also, if a lady is all dressed up, she obviously gets a lot of attention from people around – which means she is in a mood perfect for some fun ventures. In case you want to have a decent excuse for both, all you need to do is to read further and follow all the recommendations provided below. Asymmetry is on the agenda today and I am pretty sure you will like it!

5 Adorable Looks Featuring Asymmetry

Look number one is my favorite so far. Asymmetry is everything what it is made up of. You can stare at this outfit for hours and still not have enough of it. This ensemble features so much of the individual approach and creativity that I can hardly imagine anyone who could pass by it. I find the very idea of donning such an outfit super cool. First of all, you can spot some discrepancies in terms of color. While the main shade is obviously black, it is being offset by random drops of active orange, pale turquoise, and crystal white. The way these hues are styled together creates a very unique and engaging pattern which by all means lacks symmetry. Moreover, the fit itself is very much asymmetric – so no wonder I love this look so much.

Pants and skirt: saucy combination
Pants and skirt: saucy combination
For those of who prefer more casual style, here is a super trendy outfit. If you go for a very active night life and love to stand out, then this is exactly what you need. You will become the queen of any party – quite an engaging perspective, isn’t it? Besides, you can wear the pieces separately during the day time – this way you won’t attract so much attention of the public and still will manage to look saucy. The black half-pants-half-skirt piece looks just awesome. I have not seen such an item before and I doubt that there would be so many of you who would disagree with me. The lovely item is combined with a white crop top and silver sandals – this is an excellent party-all-night look.

Asymmetric pattern
Asymmetric pattern
Asymmetry does not necessarily mean asymmetry of silhouette. The fit can be easily very symmetric and even, yet it might be about the pattern that stands out. This is pretty much the case this time, as this adorable mini dress in coral pink has definitely  a very regular fit. However, when you take a look at the front of the frock, you immediately spot that something is wrong. Well, not wrong in a bad sense of this word – it’s just that some pieces of the design do not match. I love this uneven pattern as well as the frock overall.
Elegant black
Elegant black

Here is another variation of an asymmetric dress, yet a more moderate one. If you like bold and strict lines rather than bright patterns, then this is your gold fish. A plain black dress in a sleeveless fit with some see-through panels along the shoulders looks quite nice itself. When it features a skirt with an uneven cut, exposing one leg to the public eye, while hiding the second one – there is no way to resist it. And no reason to do so. This is a great chance to show off your personality and creative approach. Why to opt for cliche silhouettes and bright color palettes, if it is much easier to stay yourself and enjoy the world the way it is? Besides, with such a frock you can easily play with some vibrant accessories or footwear pieces.

Get sporty
Get sporty
And last but not least – although we are talking about summer, I believe it can still become quite cool, especially in the evenings, Or if you are going to hike or spend a weekend camping in the forest. Or else, if you happen to live somewhere on the very north, where sun comes out for very short visits. If you fall under any of the above categories, you desperately need this outfit. This casual and sporty pair of pants feature two different patterns which perfectly go together though. I like how the look is styled – a carrot red sweater and black military boots. You can totally style it the way you want and add, for instance, a white T-shirt and a pair of sneakers.

These were some cool ways to wear asymmetry trend. Although some of the outfits are not very wearable to the working station, you can still sport any of the ensembles on a different occasion.

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Cara Leon

I explore the world through the prism of fashion. Fashion is my everything: my universe, my air, my alter ego. I do my best to suit society, but when society does not bother to accept my way - I see no point in climbing up the mountain. It is the same with fashion: if they do not get what you wear, it is not your clothes that are to be trashed.

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