Monday, July 14, 2014

Chic High Low DressesFor Spring


High-low skirts have a hemline that is higher in the front of the garment, or on one side, than in the back. They are also known as asymmetrical, mullet or waterfall skirts. The unique design provides a bold change of pace in woman's casual and formal wear.

High-Low Skirt Trends

High-low skirts originated in Victorian England, an era that extended from the mid-1800s to the early 1900s. They first became a fashion statement during the late 1800s. Although they have a full-circle hemline, the skirts vary in length from short in the front to long in the back. The high-low hem is sometimes called a fishtail hem.

Throughout the twentieth century, especially during the "Roaring Twenties," high-low skirts were popular in evening gowns and formal dresses. The recent popularity began three years ago in Europe and America, and the style trended worldwide in early 2012. Two fashion labels received positive press coverage in India, which praised the skirt for its youthfulness and playfulness.

Related Peplum Trends

The peplum, a flared and ruffled waistline hem, appeared on and off in Europe for many years. The 1940s and 1950s saw its popularity rise in Europe and America. A new asymmetrical peplum trend coincides with the current high-low popularity. Both fashion styles appear in casual and evening wear.

Spring and Summer Fashions

Ever Pretty Garment Inc. is an example of an online fashion company that sells high-low skirts and peplum dresses. The latest online catalog features more than 40 chic high low dresses for spring and summer. The stylish silhouette of the high-low skirt is the perfect fit for school formals, summer weddings and other special occasions.

High-low skirts are available in a variety of designs, including embellished solids and pretty prints. Many online stores sell accessories that complement this unique fashion style. From ballet flats to peep-toe pumps, there is something for every taste and preference.

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