The Asymmetrical Dress: Spring Fashion Trend

What: Asymmetry returns as a the dress silhouette for spring . . .

What We Say: Like most of the trends for spring, this one is really nothing new—asymmetrical/one shoulder dresses have been hovering at the edge of the fashion radar for awhile now, but when Michelle Obama selected the style for her inauguration ball gown, she pretty much guaranteed the trend a place in the spring fashion statement rotation. While we’re not sure this look is for everyone (Mrs. O, after all, has some pretty fab shoulders, as the style requires) we think if you have the physique, it’s totally worth slipping in to. That being said, we wouldn’t spend too much, because the asymmetrical look is such a specific seasonal trend that it’s not likely to live a whole lot longer. Fortunately, finding budget-friendly options—both casual and dressy—isn’t too hard. Accessorizing is easy too—skip the necklace and go with a bold bracelet and sexy heels or sandals, and go.

Get it: Baby Rib One-Shoulder Dress, $42, American Apparel

Black One Shoulder Zig Zag Dresses
 The Asymmetrical Dress: Spring Fashion Trend, $98, at eDressMe The Asymmetrical Dress: Spring Fashion Trend

Mossimo Black One Shoulder Occasion Dress, on sale $32.99, at Target

COLORBLOCK ONE-SHOULDER DRESS The Asymmetrical Dress: Spring Fashion Trend, $19.99, at Alloy.com The Asymmetrical Dress: Spring Fashion Trend