Margot Robbie Proves This Major Trend Isn’t Going Anywhere

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Mesmerized by her recent sartorial excellence, Margot Robbie delighted us once again, stepping out in a graphic black and white knit dress today in NYC. More than solidifying our love affair with luxe minimalism, the eye-catching number proves two things: The timeless power of contrasting black and white and that asymmetrical hems are here to stay. Sent down the fall 2016 runways by Altuzarra, Proenza Schouler and Stella McCartney to name a few, imbalanced hems are a continued theme from the spring and summer seasons, and a look donned by the Aussie actress three times as of late. While Robbie’s high-contrast ensemble is from Rosetta Getty’s resort collection (out in November), the flattering frock is a key shape for the coming season and one with universal appeal when rendered in classic colors and polished silhouettes. Also to note: The below-the-knee length, which takes the trend from playful to sophisticated—an apropos choice for a variety of body types and ages at work, on a date or for an elegant affair. From A-line skirts to silky slips, here are nine asymmetrical pieces—with a neutral palette à la Margot’s—to try now.

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Asymmetrical Hems

Asymmetrical Midi Dress

$97

Oasis

Asymmetric Jersey Dress

$99

COS

Estrella Printed Cut Out Ruffle Dress

$625

Tibi

Eduina Striped Ruffle Midi Dress

$55

Pomelo

Asymmetric Two-Tone Stretch-Cady Dress

$1,300

Rosetta Getty

Asymmetric Drape Dress

$191

KES

Asymmetrical Ring Dress

$180

Topshop Boutique

Asymmetric Hem Midi Dress

$805

Jonathan Simkhai

Wrap-Effect Printed Crepe Midi Dress

$1,750

Proenza Schouler