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In any recent conversation about global fashion trends making the rounds currently, the topic of asymmetrical hemlines is bound to crop up. Widely versatile, easy to carry and flattering for body types that are trickier to style, asymmetrical silhouettes are a contemporary blessing to the world of fashion, and by the looks of it, here to stay awhile. To help you with the cause, here's a round-up of eight outfits featuring asymmetrical hemlines.
Equal parts contemporary and classic, this two-toned colour-block shrug in pink and beige makes a unique, formal statement. Having high-low cuts, the silhouette is demure yet flirtatious, stylish yet functional!
Take centre stage, in this classic white and black stripped fit and flare silhouette. Have a brunch, date or dinner party? This is the perfect ensemble fit for every occasion.
Skill fully designed – this tunic is reversible! Depending on your mood you can switch it up. Featuring a cross-over silhouette, the tunic is a modern take on feminine style.
This salmon pink tunic features sleeves with intricately hand-cutworked florals unearthing a stylish textural duo. Cut to a clean high low silhouette, pair it with slim leg trousers for a polished look.
A balance between traditional and contemporary, this orange top made in soft crepe fabric in an abstract print, features a V-neck, front open with draped asymmetric hem and a full sleeve.
A modern take on a timeless silhouette, this top features a crew neckline with knit details and full sleeves along with colour block details and an asymmetric drop corner hemline.
An asymmetric khaadi silk embroidered tunic with stones embellishments with matching diagonal lines is both bold and strong in its style statement. Pair it up with raw silk scalloped hemline pants.
An indispensable addition to your closet, this top made in sheer organza in a floral print features embellishment, a boat neckline, full sleeves in an asymmetric silhouette and scalloped hem.
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