Gone are the days when asymmetric was a term commonly used within the world of maths, now it is fast becoming an everyday term used by those from the fashion industry. Asymmetric garments are increasing in popularity as the years go by, featuring unbalanced hems and irregular stitching, this trend is forming into a work of art by leading fashion designers and high street stores alike.
The popular trend of asymmetry is often incorporated into fashion garments with diagonal hemlines, irregular stitching and wonky cuts. With all of these distinctive features it is clear that this trend stands out above the rest.Portraying the freedom of experimenting, artistic work and breaking the boundaries, this style is a great option for those who want to stand out in a crowd and add a crazy, arty element into their casual or evening attire.
This style is found in tops, skirts and most commonly, evening dresses. The asymmetric design is subtle with slight irregular cuts or flamboyant featuring larger unbalanced hem lines which also feature some gathering and stitching detail to add volume to the garment. More often than not, these garments are made from rich yet light fabrics that have ability to float and hang freely off the wearer; this again projects freedom within the garment. This irregular fashion can insert a dose of an appeal to an evening dress with the diagonal cuts starting short at the top and gradually getting longer, exposing more of your leg.
This style is available to anyone who wants to add something different to their wardrobe and try out a trend that is sure to get them noticed. With asymmetric cuts becoming more popular than ever, there is a huge range to choose from featuring bold, elaborate prints and patterns or simple colours to help ease you into the trend. World renowned fashion designers conform to this trend and offer the public some fantastic creations that feature the asymmetric style in the most exaggerated way. A whole host of celebrities have also be seen sporting the growing trend which gives us even more reason to follow suit and indulge in this stand out fashion.
With asymmetric garments originally worn and created by the Greeks and Egyptians, the structure of their clothing is still going strong today. Enabling women to break the boundaries of fashion and add a hint of boldness and
appeal to their evening attire, this funky style is here for good.
Featured in the Pictures Below:
Off shouldered pink tie and dye umpire waist long circular gown with plaited string and floral brooch under the bust Halter neck, layered, umpire waist, asymmetric long gown with blue and grey tie and dye with plaited string and floral brooch detail under the bust.
Inspired from the Egyptian culture, a basic raw, nude feeling has been portrayed through the grey, raw, light weight muslin. Bright, yet soft, in the hues of pink, blue and grey through hand tie and dye, it gives an expressive feminine flow.
Models : Saranya Biswal and Diedre Redden
Photographs by: Ranvir Deb aka Pheel Photographer
Attires by Siddharth Mohanty