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Fashionista NOW: The Asymmetric Hem Midi Skirt With Split

The Asymmetric Hem Midi Skirt With Split

A midi skirt with something EXTRA yet understated.

For you skirt lovers with a penchant for a distinct design appeal, here’s something pretty minimalist chic.

The quiet return of the subtle high low hem has me spotting this midi skirt and I thought some of you may find the style attractive. With a neutral color palette of black and brown, the highlights of the skirt is the asymmetric hem and a front split located at the shorter end of the skirt.

With such a versatile color option, the midi skirt can be worn to the office and straight to dinner as it is such an effortless statement piece. I find the asymmetric hem skirt to be an easy way to spruce your skirt fashion game this season and with such a muted color option, you will be giving it a lot of wear times.

Wear it laidback and chill with a tee and a pair of sneakers. Alternatively, you can dress it up with a stylish blouse, elegant loafers and a structured purse and allow yourself to step out and slay. Without further ado, I’ll leave you to eyeball the asymmetrical midi skirt and enjoy!


Black Asymmetric Hem Midi Skirt


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Brown Asymmetric Hem Midi Skirt


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Which asymmetric midi skirt would you love to wear? Share below – I do love to know.

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