Asymmetrical necklines is trend - Style your one shoulder tops!

TREND / 2019-09-18

Asymmetrical necklines are among the other major trends that 2019 has brought along from 2018. This beauty-bone highlighting and flaunting neckline has the power to transform a simple look to a boardroom one. Needless to say, these necklines are very sexy too, just keep the layering away and don’t hide all the glory beneath it.

SOLACE LONDON Winne One-shoulder Pleated Jumpsuit

RETROFÊTE Rowan Off-the-shoulder Lamé Bodysuit

For people who are kinda bored of the overdone off-shoulder trend, the dawn of the asymmetrical necklines will ensure that we’ll be moving over to a different style statement. There are many types of asymmetrical neckline tops that we’re expecting to rule the racks in the coming year. This wearable trend is borderline risky but something you won’t find uncomfortable to sport. Besides, the neckline has room for experimenting which makes us curious about the styles we’ll be seeing in stores. From twists and asymmetric one shoulder tops to geometric cuts, let’s see what more does this trend have to offer!

JONATHAN SIMKHAI Sateen Lingerie Lace One-Shoulder Top

BRANDON MAXWELL Hammered High Neck Silk Satin Top

CUSHNIE One-shoulder Draped Midi Dress

RETROFÊTE Gabrielle Robe Sequin Mini Dress

One of the hottest trends for Fall-winter 2019

It’s all about the cuts for fall 2019. For an effortlessly put-together chic vibe, adding some asymmetrical neckline tops to your wishlist is a good idea right now. Asymmetrical necklines that have geometrical cuts are very practical in nature, as compared to the one-shoulder versions. These new stress-free and edgy cuts in town can be incorporated into everyday style. This trend swept the fall 2019-2020 runways across all major fashion weeks.

Jessica Alba wearing an asymmetrical dress

ALEXIS Fia V-neck Puffed Sleeve Mini Dress

Let this trend serve as the perfect style weapon in your wardrobe arsenal in the upcoming season. Pair a bodycon single shoulder top with a high-low midi skirt for an instagram-worthy day-time look. To paint an unconventional picture, wear an all metallic maxi dress with a matching thick waist belt. Complete the look with contrasting violet or marsala heels.

Asymmetrical necklines are quite a hit among celebrities as well. Duchess of Sussex, Meghan, has a serious liking towards asymmetrical neckline dresses. As easily as she makes a turtleneck sweater look chic, she's absolutely classic in a geometrical cut neckline. She can dress up a typically laid-back boat neckline dress in true princess style.

 

There's another particular style that Meghan has been wearing over and over since joining the royal family: square neckline dress with sleeves. She wore the asymmetrical style at a number of important royal engagements. It's possible she feels strongly about showing a hint of shoulder. One of her most common styling tricks, includes cinching her waist with a thick belt and opting for a power colors like emerald and red.

The rules of asymmetry allows the wearer to break away from the rigid lines of perfection, which is probably why this trend is being so widely embraced by everyone, These harmoniously unbalanced necklines create a modern and striking silhouette that signifies a look of confidence. Bonus points for the minimal need of styling and accessorizing as they build an artful presentation to your look, no matter how you wear them or what you wear them with.

 

You can grab a one-shoulder blouse and throw it on with a pair of boyfriend jeans or pleated skirts, either way you’ll get an equally head-turning effect. Extending the list of interesting features, asymmetrical necklines can be worn day or night, as well as into the fall as it is a subtle way to show some skin when the temperature has dropped to cool. So, whether you’re heading towards some more beachside soirées before summer ends or regulating the boardroom, this trend screams modern sophistication and calls for it’s much deserved attention at the moment. No matter your style aesthetic, there’s an asymmetrical neckline tops piece for everyone.  Check out some of our favorite pieces below.

CUSHNIE V-neck Off-the-shoulder Velvet Midi Dress

SOLACE LONDON Ellice Off-the-shoulder Puff Sleeve Maxi Dress

CAROLINE CONSTAS Ariana Ruched Sleeve Top