Today’s look is my take on how to wear an asymmetric skirt and ruffles and some tips on how to elevate your winter outfit with ruffles and asymmetric hemlines.
Ruffles and asymmetric hemlines have taken the fashion world by storm this year, and for good reason – these trends can add interest and dimension to any outfit. As a curvy fashionista, I was hesitant to try out ruffled sleeves, as I feared they might add too much volume to my arms as I am used to wearing knitwear in a slimmer silhouette. But when I paired a dark knit with the knitted asymmetric skirt that flared out slightly at the bottom, the resulting outfit was both flattering and fashion-forward.
If you’re looking to incorporate ruffles and asymmetric hemlines into your own wardrobe and feel like wearing them together is a bit much, there are a few things to keep in mind. First, it’s important to balance out the volume of ruffles with more structured pieces, like a fitted blazer or tailored pants. You can also play with texture by pairing ruffles with smooth, sleek fabrics or adding a pop of color with a statement accessory.
When it comes to asymmetric hemlines, there are a variety of options to choose from – midi skirts, maxi dresses, and even asymmetrical blouses. Whatever you choose, make sure to balance out the asymmetry with symmetry elsewhere in your outfit. For example, if you’re wearing an asymmetrical skirt, consider pairing it with a simple top.
Overall, the key to rocking ruffles and asymmetric hemlines is confidence – wear what makes you feel good and experiment with different styles until you find what works for you. Don’t be afraid to step out of your comfort zone and try something new – after all, fashion is all about self-expression and having fun.
So go ahead and add some ruffles and asymmetry to your wardrobe this season – you never know where it might take you!
Flounce Sweater – Zara
Keld Merino Skirt – AllSaints
Boots – Zara
Handbag – Givenchy