Marry Asymmetrical

Although least dramatic of the Spring/Summer 2015 runway trends, asymmetrical hems still created standout looks on the stages.  This trend's potential to elevate an outfit did not go unnoticed by aspriring fashion girls everywhere.  Check out the style stars below and how they created balance among the 'may'hem in different cities across the country! Full Final Forecast results here.


Northeast

@thatpencilskirt

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Have a 9-5, but still want to express your fashion side?  That Pencil Skirt is the blog for you. Taking the asymmetrical corporate in New York City, she opts for a jacket to pull together her monochrome look.  The subtle details of her skirt combined with the angles in the jacket ensure a stand out outfit in a bustling city.


Southeast

@thestylebungalow

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Jennifer of The Style Bungalow helps bring top fashion trends to the south and shows Floridians how to appropriately style them for those humid temps!  To keep the focus on the printed asymmetrical skirt, she opts for a basic white tee.  Add a simple accessorie and finish it off with a side knot.  

Southwest

@shesaid_hesaid

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Tis the season for flaunting those legs!  This chic romper worn by Chelsea of She Said He Said gives the illusion of a dress created by the asymmetrical hem in the front.  She styles it with stand out red heels and a matching red jacket perfect for SoCal evenings. 

Midwest

@marshbeloved

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Alexandra from Oklahoma upgraded a basic tee and jeans with an asymmetrical tshirt.  Her nuetral flats keep the focus on the top, while her hat and tote complete the look for on-the-go style! Want to transform this look for evening?  Add a pair of heels or a statement necklace.

Westcoast

@emilyemig

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Normally it would be difficult to notice a shirt dress when one is wearing trendy slides and body jewelry, but Emily of Los Angeles kills the style game by choosing an asymmetrical dress. To keep it from being over-the-top she chooses the dress in a muted tone with a neutral bag.  


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