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Asymmetrical Hems Are Totally Back, and Here's How You Wear Them Now

Look to the street, then start shopping!
Asymmetrical Hems Are Totally Back, and Here's How You Wear Them Now Look to the street, then start shopping!

These are (literally) edgy. The asymmetrical hemline is back with a vengeance and with a street style star-worthy update! Below, 15 ways we're wearing them this 2017 (along with the corresponding pieces we need in our wardrobes, stat).

IMAGE Splendid, Man Repeller

Splendid Wool pullover, P12,000, splendid.com

IMAGE H&M, Flickr

H&M Studio Silk blend tiered dress, P9990, SM Mega Fashion Hall

IMAGE Zara, Flickr

Zara Asymmetrical button-down shirt, P2995, Greenbelt 5

IMAGE Saint Laurent Paris, Pinterest

Saint Laurent Lame drape top, P167,700, Shangri-La Plaza East Wing

IMAGE Topshop, Wikimedia Commons

Topshop U Mustard frill dress, P15000, Power Plant Mall

IMAGE Univers, Pinterest

Roland Mouret Iver asymmetrical top, P58998, Univers at One Rockwell

IMAGE Balenciaga, Pinterest

Balenciaga Striped handkerchief top, P43000, Shangri-la Plaza East Wing

IMAGE Miss Selfridge, Pinterest

Miss Selfridge Polka-dot midi dress, P2595, SM Aura

IMAGE River Island, Pinterest

River Island Drawstring handkerchief skirt, P1995, SM Aura

IMAGE Zara, Wikimedia Commons

Zara Drape train top, P2995, Greenbelt 5

IMAGE Mango, Pinterest

Mango Check ruffle skirt, P1995, PowerPlant Mall

IMAGE Topshop, Flickr

Topshop Flounce skirt, P3995, SM Aura

IMAGE net-a-porter.com, Man Repeller

Sea Blush knot top, $414, net-a-porter.com

IMAGE Marks & Spencer, Tumblr

Marks & Spencer Belted wrap skirt, P3995, SM Megamall

IMAGE Alexander Wang, Pinterest

Alexander Wang Cutout shirtdress, P48,998, Homme et Femme at Shangri-la Plaza Mall

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