Asymmetrical skirts are back in fashion. If you’ve ever felt like wearing both a long skirt and a mini skirt at once, just don’t choose. Instead, break out that asymmetrical skirt. While you’re at it, these stylings techniques to make the most of your look.
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Feel luxurious in Express’ shiny, satin Asymmetrical Slip Skirt ($50, Express). This skirt simply says, “Yes, I have champagne for breakfast, and what of it?” Pairing it with a lacy bodysuit is the move for a playful yet still dressed-up look.
As Doublju’s Ruffle Asymmetrical Maxi Skirt ($16, Walmart) is cinched at the waist before flowing down, it’s super easy to tuck in your button-down without it bunching or riding up. A classy skirt you feel comfy in, just throw on, and look like you have a savings account? Yes, please.
Available in sizes 0 to 26, ASOS’ Asymmetric Midi Skirt ($32, ASOS) captures two trends in one. The ruched front is currently all the rage, and the color will look like acid against a black graphic tee.