Sunday, 8 March 2015

Beaded Asymmetrical Fashion in Evening Dresses

Something which is not in symmetry or in line is asymmetrical. This is a mathematical term but commonly used in apparel designing these days for the awe-inspiringly beautiful evening dresses. Here are some style suggestions to follow this season:-

This little black dress shapes any body type and the beading on the one shoulder gives it a great look. Similarly, a floor length dress with beads all throughout the top and a small train; made of shimmer satin, can be the definite show stealer for prom and evening cocktails. A dress that will show off your body is the one with corset back ball gown, with the bottom made of tulle and the other half is pick up design for the gown with embroidery and beaded corset top. The perfect dress to look sexy, is a floor length, coral dress with beading all throughout the straps.

The asymmetrical Hi to Low evening dresses are also available in corset back designs. Black prom dresses with a green layer underneath gives that unique look. A high low gown with beads on the top of the dress and a large floral design at the bottom portion will make heads turn. An asymmetry of beaded straps at the lower back is now included by many stores offering season’s collection. There are evening dresses and gowns with symmetrical designs given to the organza fabric draping exquisite satins to further enhance the beauty.

Asymmetries are also pre-dominant over neckline covering the body in dramatic fashion. Asymmetrical designs are now available in tube top dresses, adorable empire style corset tie on evening dresses and for the ever stylish in strapless or having one –shoulder straps. These styles in asymmetry can give you the elegant feel or that much needed glam look in shorter length evening dresses.

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