Take a look at the white voluminous shirt with wide sleeves, in which the shoulders are decorated with two rows of ruffles. Remembering the asymmetry, the designers decided to lower the frills from one shoulder to the shelf. Such a thing will ideally be combined with a skirt and trousers, giving the whole image of bohemia and luxury.
A white shirt with a modest asymmetric cut at the bottom and light diagonal folds that create several clips looks no less elegant. AV Vandevorst also offers asymmetries. It is expressed both in general cut and in sleeves, creating an unusual silhouette. W. Anderson decided to combine two trends at once: a shirt and sequins, which he launched along the contrasting black stripes horizontally running along the white shirt. Similarly, he trimmed the cuffs of the sleeves. Such a shirt, having an elongated silhouette and made of a rather dense material, will even resemble a jacket or trench coat. The romantic person will undoubtedly prefer a shirt decorated with an abundance of quilling and frills.