Lauren Conrad and the asymmetrical dress



The Dress That Stands Tall From The Rest

That’s right, it’s the asymmetrical dress, a dress that’s designed with the utmost structure, coming in ruffled, layered hem, and appearing to be a high-low wrap dress that can be paired with a chunky sweater, no matter the prints and textures, so Lauren Conrad’s Tuesday Ten today shows off the best asymmetricals out there.

Lauren starts off with her own asymmetrical dress from LC Lauren Conrad Runway Collection layered tulle midi dress, Leith textured satin wrap dress, the ASOS Monki Asymmetric Midi Slip Dress, C/MEO Collective One-Shoulder Dress, and Keepsake Lovers Holiday Midi Dress.

More dresses include the Anthropologie Donna Morgan Velvet Open-Shoulder Dress, Free People Birdie Midi Dress, Anthropologie Hemant & Nandita Sammy Tiered Floral Dress, ASOS Cold Shoulder Ruffle Pephem Midi Dress, and BP. Asymmetrical Flounce Hem Sweatshirt Dress, which all represent the best of what an asymmetrical dress must be.

Beauty From A Higher Place

New York Fashion Week continues to live on in big ways today as Lauren Conrad’s Jessi Burrone shares the beauty trends she took away from the twice a year Manhattan experience concerning hair, makeup, and nails, which are all essential for a woman to be beautiful.

Jessi goes into detail with all the stylists techniques to make the models look their best backstage before going out onto the runway, because a model’s assets of hair, makeup, and nails can only be enhanced if the best high-end products out in the market are used amongst trusted catwalk organizers.

Daniel Quintanilla

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