Lately, it seems like all I see is asymmetrical dresses and shirts. And I just can't get on board. There is this from Vogue:
It looks like something went horribly wrong in the construction process. How do you know if you've messed it up? The result is all poochy in the middle. I am sure this woman has a perfect figure but it makes her look bad.
Why did just one leg need covering? Is that why it is sticking out?
The mullet look recreated in a dress? Party in the back and business in the front? Or I guess since it is shorter in front, that is where the party has moved?
Remember this? I didn't like it in the 80's, either.
Final proof: If a mole is asymmetrical it
might be cancerous. If your face goes all asymmetrical, then you might
be having a stroke. These are serious medical issues.
I rest my case.
Does anyone have an asymmetrical look they LOVE? Am I wrong?
I am fully on board with you, I loathe the asymmetrical look almost as much as I loathe the "put a hole where it doesn't belong and call it a day" school of design.ReplyDelete
Oh, that is annoying, too. They are never office appropriate looks. Unless... Wait, no, no. Wrong.Delete
Hahahaha oh man..ReplyDelete
Final proof: If a mole is asymmetrical it might be cancerous. If your face goes all asymmetrical, then you might be having a stroke. These are serious medical issues.
mullet dress- ICK
I'm with you... I think the "high-low" hemline is the ugliest thing I've ever seen!ReplyDelete
I totally agree, especially the mullet dresses- to me it just looks like you got a bit of your skirt caught in your knickers making the hem uneven. I actually have a dress like this - I didn't realise it was a mullet when I bought it. Now it is in the alterations pile awaiting surgery.ReplyDelete