The thing with asymmetrical pieces is that they go in and out of styles in a blink of an eye. But in reality, they can be timeless if done right. On occasions where we need to adhere to dress codes, asymmetrical details became the stunner of the night. Celebrities, for examples, often walked the red carpets in evening-appropriate attires that can be rather repetitive, and with sui generis designs like uneven necklines, sleeves and even hemlines, attract not just the eyeballs but also the spotlights.
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Nothing spice up a look like a well-structured blazer, better if it has interesting design and bright colours like this one from Jacquemus.
Skirt over trousers is having its moment now, but it can be intimidating for some. This fake two-piece from Heliot Emil is the solution, not to also mention the fun twisted waistband detail.
Asymmetrical works well with not just the cuts, hemlines but also colours. Talk about the shades of grey!
Tear-eyed emoji in real life? The dangling pearl on this Kimhekim sunglasses add a hint of whimsy to the eye wear.
“Never mix your metals” is such an obsolete statement when in reality the warm undertone in golds and the cold in silvers complement each other well.
If uneven neckline is adventurous, consider jazzing it up with a lopsided necklace.
Nothing too ostentatious and obnoxious when it comes to jewellery for ears.
Walking in heels can be tiring, and a strappy one is even worse. A pair is half-covered with strappy designs is the best of both worlds.
Not only unique with a one-of-a-kind shape, this Burberry bag also has a detachable bell charm that is, well, charming.