10 of the best asymmetric hem dresses to invest in now by hellofashion.com / 04 April 2017 This is the season of the asymmetric dress. From sleeveless numbers with ruffle detailing, to soirée-ready lace pieces, eschew straight-cut styles this spring and get ready to embrace uneven hemlines. With both designer and high-street labels championing the trend, off-kilter dresses are set to dominate wardrobes for the foreseeable. Mulberry sent stripe-adorned asymmetric styles down the runway for SS17, Diane von Furstenburg showcased print-heavy pieces with irregular hems and models at Marni donned dresses with carefully crafted pleats that fell at an angle on the calf. Since asymmetry breaks up the silhouette, it has impressive limb-lengthening abilities, making dresses with uneven hems incredibly flattering. The style has already been spotted on celebrities such as Hailey Baldwin and Lottie Moss. We’ve picked out our 10 favourites… Photo: © Rex Read more about: Shopping fashion news dresses trends Unashamedly feminine, Topshop Unique's pretty vintage-inspired frock can be dressed up or down depending on the occasion. Rock it with a pair of roughed-up boots for instant festival cool or for a more refined ensemble add a boxy jacket and towering wedges. Unique Aster shift dress, £255, available at Topshop. Incorporating two of this season's key trends - asymmetry and gingham - this long-sleeved number from H&M looks great with a straw basket bag and a pair of espadrilles. H&M asymmetric dress, £18, available at H&M. This intricately embroidered piece from Marchesa Notte is sure to turn heads for all the right reasons. Style it with a gold cuff and a pair of sky-high metallic sandals. Marchesa Notte embroidered tulle mini dress, £795, available at Net-A-Porter. With a round neck and subtle check pattern, Mango's high-low hem dress is ultra-versatile. Work it in the office with an oversized blazer, black slip-on loafers and low-key jewellery. Mango asymmetric hem dress, £35.99, available at Mango. Bold and beautiful, this structured floral dress from Coast is just the ticket for garden parties and warm weather weddings. Style yours with metallic sandals and a beaded clutch. Coast Aurora jacquard midi dress, £179, available at Coast. Nail everyday cool with Weekday's contemporary take on the T-shirt dress. Pleasingly simple, it looks brilliant with brightly-hued sneakers and a trucker cap. Weekday Bryn dress, £25, available at Weekday. With an elegant waterfall hem and an eye-catching botanical print, this silk number from L.K. Bennett was made for sophisticated spring gatherings. Add a pair of strappy sandals and you're good to go. L.K. Bennett Kalia black silk dress, £450, available at L.K. Bennett. The flowing cut and punchy colour make this striking style a must for spring. Opt for pared-back accessories and wear your hair in a low-slung chignon to make the most of the bow shoulder detailing. Maje long asymmetric dress, £239, available at Maje. A dream in breezy blue and white, Thurley's embroidered v-neck style will see you right through the season. Pair it with playful cork wedges and a pearl-adorned headband. Thurley mid summer mediterranean dress, £579, available at The Dayrooms. Inspired by beautiful silk kimonos and cut for a loose fit, this sleeveless piece from Rag & Bone looks great teamed with cutwork stilettos and stacking rings. Rag & Bone Otilia dress, £415, available from Rag & Bone.