Spring is slowly springing, and with it the shops are starting to fill up with Spring fashions and new seasons looks.

One of the key looks this Spring / Summer is asymmetry, whether it’s one shoulder dresses, structured draping, or multi level hemlines, wonky styles are everywhere!

I love this look, one of the first evening dresses I ever bought myself when I was 18 was an asymmetric one shoulder black slinky number, which I’ve still got and wore at Christmas with a ridiculous hat!

So, if you want to work this trend this season, here’s how to do it for work, rest and play

Asymmetric - Work

As ever, working fashion trends into a conservative work environment can be tricky. But you spend a huge part of your life there, do you really want to spend it in boring clothes?

Let your personality sneak out with this asymmetric structured waistcoat from Top Shop, keep the look masculine and simple with wide leg trousers and brogues.

Asymmetric - Rest

On your down time stick to comfy jersey separates like this funky zebra print tunic, £25 from Topshop (actual zebras, not just the stripes!) toughen it up with a biker jacket and boots.

Asymmetric - Play

When it’s party time one shoulder dresses are a great choice! This olive prom dress, £24.99 from Retro Chick is perfect and comes with a removable shoulder bow. The colour looks great with gold accessories, another spring summer trend.