Wearing: bold green and gold earrings / YSL lipstick / white ruffle top (under $20!!) / gold watch / Christian Louboutin spring nail polish / asymmetrical striped skirt / Mansur Gavriel handbag (in stock here) / Kendra Scott spring ring / Gucci slides
One of the biggest trends on the runways for spring was the asymmetrical hemline. Since this type of hemline isn’t common on the streets, I was wondering how to wear asymmetrical hemlines for spring 2017. I decided it needed to be done by taking the overall look down a notch; hence runway to the street.
In order to take this wrap skirt, with an asymmetrical waist and hemline, down to the street, I paired it with a simple ruffle tee. The addition of flat slides also helped to make the overall look more understated. It was really easy and comfortable to wear! I wore this outfit for the first time when I took my daughter to her chess class, hung out at a coffee shop with the other Mom’s from the class, took my daughter out for a sushi lunch, picked up my glasses, took a walk; basically ran errands!
It was really easy to walk around in these slides, and the outfit was perfect for the nice spring weather we are having here in the San Francisco Bay Area. We were in San Jose when we took these pictures at Santana Row. My cute little ten-year-old daughter took these photos. She did quite well! She might know her way around a DSLR camera better then me!
So what do you think of the asymmetrical hemline trend for the spring season? Have you been wondering how to wear asymmetrical hemlines this spring season, or does the trend appear too daunting?
The easiest way to bring asymmetrical hemlines from the runway to reality is by pairing them with something simple such as plain tee, a ruffle tee, or crew-neck top; even a button down, crisp white shirt will do the trick. When you mix basic with abstract you can amp up a simple outfit, or bring a runway art piece to the street.
So what do you think? Will you try the asymmetrical hemline trend for spring?
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