The 2018 collections were all about dramatically asymmetrical pieces. From high-low dresses to tunics cut on an angle, many designers worked dramatic asymmetry into their shows. Let’s take a look at how dramatic asymmetry has been utilized in 2018, and how it will likely be used in the Fall 2018 Ready-to-Wear. Asymmetrical Necklines Dresses. Seen at Altuzarra, Isabel Marant, and Prabal Gurung, this off-balanced silhouette dances along your shoulder, wraps around your neck, and twists around your collar bone. Simultaneously. Get ready for the asymmetrical neckline.
While most of us are still bundling in chunky knits the time has come to start thinking and planning the wardrobe for the coming season. I personally don’t believe you have to wear every trend to stay stylish but you can certainly invest in some key pieces to keep your look updated.
One of the trends that I’m most excited about is the asymmetrical necklines. Remember last year’s off shoulder and drop shoulder looks? Well, say bye bye because the neckline is moving asymmetrically to the collarbone this spring and summer.