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Asymmetrical


In fashion terminology, asymmetrical refers to a purposefully irregular or unbalanced design element, placed with the intention of drawing the attention of the eye, and creating visual interest.

If a gown has asymmetrical design elements, they are often displayed within the dress' hemline, neckline, or waistline. (e.g. –, one shoulder neckline)

Asymmetrical Necklines

The one-shoulder neckline creates visual interest, while offering the support of a strap. (Pretty and practical!)

Maggie Sottero Fiorella Bridal Gown is an ultra-glamorous example of one shoulder dresses:
Maggie Sottero Fiorella
Maggie Sottero Fiorella Bridal Gown

Asymmetrical Waistlines

Mori Lee 1658 Bridal Gown is a beautiful example of a wedding gown with an asymmetrical waistline:
Mori Lee 1658
Mori Lee 1658 Bridal Gown

Asymmetrical Hemlines

Asymmetrical hemlines can add great visual interest, allowing the incorporation of different fabrics & textures, or allowing the wearer to show a little skin (as is the case with a high-low silhouette)

Christina Wu Bridal Gown 15458 beautifully showcases a one-shoulder neckline and an asymmetrical waistline:
Christina Wu Bridal Gown 15458
Christina Wu Bridal Gown 15458

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