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1) If you don’t own a piece of asymmetrical design, it’s easy to recreate one from something lying in your wardrobe. Experiment with your scissors and snip off shoulders, sleeves, bottoms of tops, skirts etc. However avoid messy and keep it simple
2) Asymmetrical designing doesn’t necessarily mean cutting off pieces and showing off skin. It could be done through layering of clothes , runching cloth at specific areas etc. While layering clothes , remember to keep the volume light. If you're slender and want to add curves, use skirts that are more gathered or have layers and if you’re on the heavier side , avoid skirts with too many layers at the waist.
3) Also when it comes to asymmetric clothing , experimenting with too many colours might make you look like a circus freak. Make sure you stick to one or maximum 2 colours .
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Make sure you aren’t wearing an attire full of cuts, gaps or layers. Smart incorporation of asymmetric clothing in your daily wardrobe is guaranteed to turn heads.
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