Do not attempt to adjust your screen -- the hemlines are going every which way, and this Birdy likes it.  Asymmetrical hems aren't anything new, but I'm noticing the trend of dramatically cut, layered hemlines that keep your eye moving around. It's typically on minimalist, modern pieces, and it has such an understated, smart elegance that I'm really liking, especially for spring. Consider it an alternative if you can't quite get on the pastel or floral bandwagon.   

These are some beautiful examples of layered, bold asymmetrical hems, on both dresses/skirts andtops. {1} Christian Dior 2014 Fall Ready-to-Wear Collection, {2} Veronika two-tone layered top by BCBCMaxAzria, {3} Colorblock asymmetric-hem maxi dress by Madison Marcus, {4} Asymmetric cape by Bottega Veneta, {5} Faux leather skirt with zip by Zara

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