Asymmetrical dresses are enjoying a moment right now, and there’s no better example out there than the ALC Capelet Dress with Belt. It’s a V-neck jersey frock with a draped cape overly on one side and a leather belt to emphasize the waist. With ruching at the shoulders and an asymmetric hem, this 100% modal dress is very classy and very sexy.
If you’re looking for the Little Black Dress to turn all the other LBDs green with envy, then this MaxStudio beaded silk chiffon asymmetric dress is flattering, with gorgeous beadwork at the neckline, and fluttery silk chiffon is topped with a second layer of fabric draped on the bias from shoulder to hem. This is the perfect black-tie dress, and would be lovely to wear on a Valentine’s Day date with someone very special.
You wouldn’t expect Diane Von Furstenberg to sit out a trend as fabulous as asymmetrical dresses, now would you? In black draped satin jersey, this Greek goddess inspired cocktail dress would look stunning with hair worn up and sparkly earrings. The simple design looks like something Audrey Hepburn would have worn.
For the woman who has no intention of blending into the background this Forever Unique Stud Detail Asymmetric Dress is short with a studded wrap-around design and a single strap. This is a body conscious style that no one will soon forget.
And finally, we have the silk-blend liquid gold lame draped dress by Marc Jacobs – the same style worn by Kate Moss at the MOMA Gala in 2009. There is no other word for this dress than simply stunning. With metallic heels (or perhaps jeweled black heels), you are sure to be the center of attention in this confection.