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Fashionista NOW: Black Tops With FUN Asymmetrical Hemlines

Black Tops With FUN Asymmetrical Hemlines

Boring tees and tops get a makeover with hems that are rebellious as they stray out of the usual regular lines.

I’ve always fancied this trend in tees that have a dip at the back or recently to one side.

For reasons unknown but having to do with the way it is elongating visually, I find unusual asymmetry in hemlines of blouses or plain old tees quite a refreshing style twist. You can bet they’ll take any repetitive old off-duty outfit you wear on the daily out of the boring box it has been rotting. If you’re a fan of unexpected-ness in the way a black tee hangs low to one side or cover the bottom region with a side split and a shorter front, then you will surely love the list down below.



Black Asymmetric Hem Embroidered Tee


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Sleeveless Black Asymmetric Panel Top


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Very Asymmetric Hem Black Tee


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Which asymmetrical black top would you love to wear? Share below – I’d love to know!

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