The description of Asymmetrical Dresses
The asymmetrical dress is here to stay this season, a total wrap over statement. We've gone sassy and slinky this season, with origami detail and bodycon wrap over styles galore. For an on trend party piece with attitude, look no further than our asymmetrical collection. These dresses are the perfect addition for your wardrobe come party season no matter whether you’re going for a bodycon, mini or midi style. Make a style statement in bright colors or poppin’ prints, or take the plunge in a deep V neckline, styled simply with strappy sandals and an oversized clutch. Finish the look with a lick of lipstick and you’re ready to go!
Asymmetrical Dance Dress
The asymmetrical dance dress is popular with dancers practicing modern, jazz, Irish dance, pop, Latin, salsa, and even ballet dance. These dresses feature hemlines that vary in length. The hemline can dip in several places or in just one place, depending on the dress design. Asymmetrical dresses are popular with midi and calf length dresses, but also available as miniskirts. The more asymmetrical the dress, the more theatrical it is. Layered asymmetrical dresses are also popular for fairy dresses and woodland scenes in any type of themed dance. Most contemporary dance dresses are asymmetrical. These are also the most relaxed form of dance dress, because while fitted on the top, they have very little fabric on the bottom, which makes them very comfortable to dance in.
Asymmetrical Dresses With One Strap Look Great on Edgy Brides
Brides who want their wedding dress to look modern and couture will gravitate towards wedding dresses with a single strap. The asymmetry will work on any style of dress, from a full traditional ball gown to a slim simple sheath. A single strap, like other straps, can be easily added or removed by a tailor. It is popular to heavily embellish a single strap to draw attention to it. Some designers will embellish a single strap with fabric flowers or textural designs that they extend over the strap and partially onto the bodice, giving the strap and bodice a more cohesive and bold look. An asymmetrical look can work with any bride's body shape, although some brides simply do not like the effect. If a bride is having an asymmetrical strap added to a dress, it is important that she first pin the strap in place to make sure that she is happy with the look. A single strap will not provide much support, so brides should not consider using this look except as a purely decorative accent.
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