With all the holiday festivities quickly approaching, now is the time to pull together your party outfits.
This year, there are great party wear trends for you to tap into. One of which is the asymmetrical dress. JD Williams and other retailers have tapped in to the trend with full force. Here is a roundup of the main asymmetrical cuts along with a few tips to help you to get the most out of them.
Short high-low hemlines
If you want to show off your legs, a short high-low hemline dress is the way to go. If you plan to wear this look with heels, your legs will look like they go on forever.
You can shake things up a bit and wear this type of dress with a pair of high-quality leggings. This look would be great for a more casual party venue, such as a bar. It’s the perfect look to wear if you are likely to be moving from venue to venue during the evening.
Two color dresses
A dual-layered dress always looks good,especially if the hem lengths vary a little. Keep an eye out for a with two different colored layers. This is an especially good option if you are planning to attend more than one party. With this type of dress, you can potentially create two different outfits. Just buy two different sets of accessories to pull off this look.
Dipped hem dresses
These dresses aren’t quite asymmetrical dresses, but they are close. Most designers create the dip at the front and use a flap style design. This is great, because it is a long dress format that gives you a little more freedom of movement.
More asymmetrical party dress styling tips
There are different ways to style this type of dress. You can find some really good styling tips here.
An alternative to the asymmetrical look
If the asymmetrical look does not really appeal to you, there are plenty of other great options, like big and bold party dresses. If you have the confidence, you can look stunning and feel fantastic by choosing this look. If you are not sure it is for you, check out this article about how celebrities make this style work for them. Potentially, you can replicate their approach and find the courage to change up your look.