Class to Night Out: Asymmetrical Dress

Switch up your hemline with this modern style.

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Products, L-R: H&M, Asos, Lulu’s

Break away from your average hemlines this season and rock an asymmetrical dress! This dress cut is form flattering-and a great way to show off those legs.

The great thing about asymmetrical dresses is that the cuts can range from a daring angular slit to a more subtle curve-enhancing layered style. No matter your personal aesthetic, there’s sure to be an asymmetrical dress that’s perfect for you.

Curious on how to style an asymmetrical dress? Keep reading for some asymmetrical dress styling tips for daytime and a night out!

How to Style an Asymmetrical Dress for Class

How to wear an asymmetrical dress during the day: Daytime outfit for class including a pink and green floral print dress with ruffle hem, brown western shoulder bag, brown tortiseshell sunglasses, pearl earrings, pink ombré phone case

Products: Dress – Lulu’s, Sandals – Lulu’s, Purse – SurfStitch, Phone Case – Casetify, Lipstick – H&M, Sunglasses – Popmap, Earrings – Saks

If you’re looking for a particularly eye-catching dress to wear to class, this is the one! With its preppy pink and green floral pattern (hello, Lilly Pulitzer vibes!), its ruffle hemline, and a slight asymmetrical train, this floral dress from Lulu’s is gorgeous.

Grab a brown leather satchel bag to hold your accessories. A bright shade of fuchsia lipstick will match the flowers in this dress and will be all the makeup you’ll need.

Brown strappy gladiator sandals are the perfect footwear choice to complete this outfit.

How to Style an Asymmetrical Dress for a Night Out

How to wear an asymmetrical dress for a night out: Asymmetrical dress outfit with a pink and green floral dress, beige choker necklace, floral stud earrings, beige chain strap bag, nude sandals

Products: Dress – Lulu’s, Shoes – Nordstrom Rack, Purse – Charlotte Russe, Cheek Tint – Belk, Lipstick – Brown Thomas, Choker – Eloquii, Earrings – Belk

This dress is so elegant that it easily transitions to a night out. Just swap out your comfy sandals for a pair of dainty open-toe heels, such as this nude pair from Nordstrom Rack.

A delicate neutral-toned shoulder bag will go best with the bold pattern of this dress. A dress this pretty deserves equally pretty accessories, and these glimmering floral earrings from Belk are gorgeous.

Wrap up this classy night out outfit with some rosy cheek tint and a subtle lip color and you are all ready to go!

What Do You Think?

Do you like the asymmetrical dress trend? How would you wear one? Did you like the above outfit sets? Let me know in the comments below!

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