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Fashionista NOW: Asymmetrical Skirt Statement For Chinese New Year 2016

Asymmetrical Skirt Statement For Chinese New Year 2016

What to wear for CNY 2016? Skirts with new asymmetrical hemlines that will elevate your Lunar New Year style in an instant if you’re up for some leg drama.

Love your legs and want to make them the focal of your outfit’s attention as you celebrate the Lunar New Year with friends and family? We’ve got you covered. Check out the new asymmetrical hemlines that will elevate your style in a quick instant.

From high-low skirts of a few years back to the still hot skorts with pointy hemlines, it looks like the asymmetrical skirt trend is still getting constant updates after all these years.

Last year’s irregular hemlines saw a new transformation that moves away from the older style of a completely short front and long back hem to a more a of a short hem positioned on the side of the skirt to expose a leg, with the other side hem left longer. The longer side may graze anywhere from above the knee to your ankles.

For those of you who are still hunting down for the right statement piece to wear for the Lunar New Year festivities, I highly recommend this new asymmetrical skirt style. If you love your legs and can’t pass the opportunity to display them artfully, then this style of skirts will be right up your street.

Not sure what specific asymmetrical skirts to go for? No worries – Allow me to show you FIVE skirt styles with various statement asymmetrical hemlines for those of you who are up for some strategic leg-flaunting.


Ring In The Year of The Fire Monkey With Some Stylish Leg Drama


Asymmetric Button Front Skirt


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Asymmetric Frill Neoprene Skirt


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Bandage Asymmetric Midi Skirt


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Flare Asymmetric Skirt


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Tulip Asymmetric Red Skirt


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Do you like any of our picks? What do you think of the new design interpretations given to update the asymmetrical skirt trend? Share your thoughts – I love reading them!

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