4 Ways to Wear Asymmetric Hemlines

Fluid lines, flattering silhouettes, graphic structures and wanton innocence and are the evocative of the asymmetry fad sweeping the fashion landscapes globally. From diaphanous chiffons to chic super-short, long and drapery to sharp and edgy; asymmetry is the go-to-route for the fashionista seeking to express her style in dynamic ways.  Here are four simple ways to pull of the look without fuss.
Eku Edewor and Solange Knowles

How to wear: 

Shorts, Minis and midis: Pair asymmetric pop hues with graphic accents, a bold lip and an equally bold pair of pumps. For soft pastel hues select graceful silhouettes, pair with ankle strap heels or embellished matching flats.
Pairing asymmetrical hemlines: pair with subtle cut-outs, bodycon tops, dark hues, sleek silhouettes, button-down shirts, tailored blazers,
Edgy Chic: For the edgy chic look, pair your asymmetric staples with leather, unrelieved blacks, and masculine or androgynous jackets and shirts. For instance,
pair a slightly oversized black tailored blazer over a light, flowy asymmetrical dress and boots. (For the Nigerian fashionista choose wet or faux leather because of the heat)
Sporty Influence: to pull off this look, choose a dominant asymmetric staple and use all other staples as mere accents.


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