Embracing the versatility of spring asymmetry

A handful of designers count an asymmetric hemline as a signature length for their brand: J.W. Anderson, Preen, Proenza Schouler, and Vetements. As much as I like most of these brands for some reason I’ve steered clear of this deconstructed hemline. They felt so dated to me! But suddenly, since my bump looks better at an angle, I am embracing this versatile style once again. While I tend to gravitate toward the drape-y, more fluid asymmetric styles, others exist to make this work no matter your preferences. It’s the one unique hemline that immediately provides dimension without necessarily adding volume. Usually it means less fabric. Sporty, sexy, avant-garde iterations at all angles dominate designers Spring collections making it quite easy to find a style best suited for you.

Alexander Wang asymmetric wrap skort

Marni crepe and cotton midi skirt

rag & bone asymmetric floral crepe dress

Palmer//Harding asymmetric stripe shirt

J.W. Anderson asymmetric ruched lined skirt

Sies Marjan asymmetric fold double crepe dress

Isa Arfen cotton-poplin asymmetric top

Diane von Furstenburg asymmetric scarf print dress

Rachel Comey asymmetric ruffle top

Rosetta Getty stretch jersey asymmetric skirt

 

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