I am totally known for wearing layers. My favorite combos are a mix of feminine and flowing blouses, tees with special detailing or long sweaters that I like to pair with edgy jackets, sweaters or vests for a sophisticated yet slightly rocker-chic, bohemian feel.
Asymmetrical DramaI have a habit of customizing the edge factor by adding extra asymmetrical touches. Below are some examples...
I had a cute Diesel jacket that had a hidden double panel (The first picture is the original version of the jacket.). I decided to skip the belt and better utilize the hidden panel by making it an asymmetrical feature.
I decided to play up the asymmetrically-detailed back of the W118 by Walter Baker jacket by removing the zipper and adding a snap so the front hangs asymmetrically as well. This transitional jacket is now perfect for layering over long, flowing tops.
I added a little edge to the beautiful, silk Walter jacket below by removing all but one of the buttons. I moved the button that I kept to make the jacket hang asymmetrically. I also removed the padding in most of the sleeves, leaving it in the bottom to accentuate the exaggerated, split cuffs and add more drama.