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No! More! Symmetry!

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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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Since a lot of asymmetrical skirts have extra volume, a tight-fitting bodysuit is a great way to keep yourself from getting lost in the fabric sauce. It also brings an edgy touch to what can be a longer bottom.

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High Waisted Satin Asymmetrical Slip Skirt

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.


Double down on your asymmetry by pairing your skirt with an oversized button-down tucked in on the longer side. Although I’m not an architect and can’t explain it, there’s something very pleasing to the eye about the mixing and matching of asymmetry that almost — gasp — creates its own sort of symmetry.

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Doublju Women's Flowy Ruffle Asymmetrical Maxi Skirt

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.


You can still go mini with your asymmetrical skirt. This look is a little more daring, but if you’re after something more streamlined, break out the blazer. It’s sleek, but it stays away from looking too professional with the shorter hemline.

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Meliza Mini Skirt In Black

The button and pocket detail on Showpo’s Meliza Mini Skirt ($39.95, Showpo) will immediately elevate your mindset to “bad*ss b*tch.” The cut of the skirt is perfect for just the longer half to peek out under blazer.


When in doubt, graphic tee it out. There’s something effortlessly cool about tossing on a gnarly shirt, pairing it with a skirt to make it into an ensemble, and going about your day. People who pass you will think, “I bet they work at a fashion magazine and can skate.”

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ASOS LUXE Matching Ruched Front Asymmetric Cotton Midi Skirt in Lime

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.


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