Tuesday, August 3, 2010

Asymmetry is interesting, part 2

Last month we saw great examples of how asymmetry can create visual interest from Carly Fiorina and Kathleen Sebelius. Now the Health and Human Services Secretary has done it again, this time in blue:

The collar, in addition to being asymmetrical, also has some weight to it, adding structure to this short-sleeved top.

I'm not sure that I would have selected the pearl necklace to pair with a top that features big black buttons. I would recommend a think silver chain perhaps. But otherwise, this outfit is a vision.

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