Asymmetrical Designed Styles started off with one shoulder asymmetrical dresses even prior the 15th century. It is believed that this style of dresses were worn by the suckling Mother of Christ or by fighting female amazon warriors of the ancient Greece who were also believed to have severed one of their breasts for ease in combat. You will notice that paintings or images of the olden times would portray women wearing asymmetrical dresses which nudity is somewhat imparted because the fabric is so low that one of the breasts is visible. These paintings would symbolize women in action with unselfconsciousness. During the 20th century, wearing asymmetrical dresses is all about character. Famous actresses of the early 20th century like Elizabeth Taylor have been seen wearing this style showing a seductive and elegant look. Up to this date, asymmetrical style is here to stay, invading all the fashion runways of professional models to common fashion forward women. We can now see the multiple variations in style of asymmetrical design, not only from dresses nowadays but also in skirts, tops, cardigans and more.
There are a number of women who are quite hesitant to wear this style of outfit perhaps because they do not know how gorgeous they will look on it. If you are one of these women, then we have a few reasons for you to try why you should try asymmetrical designed styles. First of all, asymmetrical being an unbalanced cut can actually be a great balancer. Doesn’t make sense? For you to better understand, the attention of this style catches can actually deviate the attention from your unwanted parts of the body. Whatever style of asymmetrical clothing you are wearing can definitely focus the attention to the part where you are wearing it. For instance, if you are not so happy with your upper body, you can wear an asymmetrical skirt to let others focus on your legs. The flow and the impact of an asymmetrical skirt will surely grab attention. Next, this style is a way to discreetly be sexy. Obviously it can help you show some skin without baring it all out. Say, just a hint of shoulder or arms by wearing a one shoulder top, or just one leg or front part of the legs with asymmetrical skirts. Another reason is that asymmetrical designed styles are timeless pieces. Like I said, it has been in the fashion industry for some time, and even when fashion wasn’t important yet, women wore this style already. There are a lot of ways of asymmetry which makes it even more timeless. Last reason that this is a great style to try is its effectiveness in layering. There are certain styles that are good for layering. Like asymmetrical vests or cardigans for example, or asymmetrical ruffled designed blouses are good too.
Asymmetrical Designed Styles