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Asymmetry - Suggested looks for her

Ready for a new aesthetic with no balance but harmony?

Asymmetry gives a funky vibe to any look, the garments flowing as in a dance while you move. It only takes one asymmetric piece to acquire a personal and distinctive look.

Light textiles, prints and, of course, uneven hems are the main features of the pieces singled out for our outfits.

M.S.G.M.’s skirt

Its multi-coloured and multi-shaped print lends itself to numberless matches in terms of colours and prints. In our outfit idea we styled the asymmetric silk skirt by M.S.G.M. with MISSONI's Lurex cardigan, the net detailed tank top by ALEXANDER WANG, the Queen Mary pony handbag by DSQUARED2 and Boho snake print sandals by JIMMY CHOO.



Stella McCartney’s blouse

It shows a blooming pattern which recalls the floral trimmings of Rene Caovilla's trainers. Jacket, jeans and backpack complete this sporty look.

Maquereau water- resistant jacket by MONCLER, asymmetric design blouse by STELLA MCCARTNEY, jeans Selena by J BRAND, zip trim backpack by VIA DELLE PERLE, small flowers and beads sneakers by RENE CAOVILLA.



MM6 Maison Margiela’s dress

The irregular hem is more seductive than a slit. The flattering allure of this dress is refined by the ruffled sleeves on Philip Lim’s sweater and a hit of glitters on Stuart Weitman’ sandals. 

Ruched sweater by PHILLIP LIM, asymmetric sleeveless dress by MM6 MAISON MARGIELA, small leather shoulder bag by MULBERRY, Mostly sandals by STUART WEITZMAN.


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