Showing your shoulders is the order of the day this summer, because asymmetry is trendy. Whether jersey tops, blouses, long-sleeved shirts, T-shirts, dresses or bodies - the one-shoulder cut can be found everywhere at the moment. No wonder, because this can be styled in many ways, is modern, sexy, but not too provocative and therefore also absolutely suitable for the office.
Singer and actress Yvonne Catterfeld (43) recently presented a simple yet elegant two-piece suit consisting of a tight skirt and an asymmetrical crop top with long sleeves in black at the Berlinale.
Cara Delevingne (30) also showed up at this year's Oscars in Los Angeles in an asymmetrical evening dress in red and with a trendy 3D rose.
An equally chic go-out look was recently found on model Ann-Kathrin Götze (33). Her lilac-colored satin dress with ruffles and a high leg slit is an eye-catcher, especially in summer. She combined a pink mini bag and neon yellow slippers.
Asymmetric tops, such as "taff" presenter Annemarie Carpendale (45), are a little more suitable for everyday use. On Instagram she presents a floral top with puff sleeves, which she has combined with high mom jeans - casual, playful and feminine at the same time.
Our tip: A cool, asymmetrical top can also be created in no time at all with a scarf measuring around 120 by 120 centimetres. Simply bring the ends together, slip your head and one arm through the opening, and then adjust the fabric around the waist using a belt or cord.