High-low, also known as asymmetrical, waterfall, or mullet are characterized by a hem that is higher in the front, or side, than in the back, and has a full circle hem. The style originated in Victorian era dresses and formal gowns, when the hem style became known as the “fishtail”.
After a period of little or no style appreciation, the High-low pieces surfaced again sometime last year and has remained all through the seasons! They are the order of the day here and we’d be giving the yummy Lagosmums style tips on how to rock this very versatile piece.
From the 9-5 working class mums to the stay-at-home strong mums, it’s the new fashion frenzy in town as they are ideal outfit for almost any occasion.
Styling tip: for maximum appreciation, rock your high-low piece with a pair of stunning yet complementing heels.
Look 1: Ranti is rocking a white, off-shoulder high-low dress with grey pumps. This look would be perfect for a wedding
Look 2: Majorie Harvey. My style goddess! Grandmother and still so fly, even when babysitting. This dress can definitely be worn to a dinner or a cocktail party.
Look 3: The leopard print top is played down by the nude pumps and played up by the black high-low skirt. Perfect!
Look 4: Nikki is gorgeous in red. The lace blouse is a perfect complement to the satin high-low skirt. Perfect to wear to a wedding or similar occasion.
Look 5: Ijeoma Onuoha wore this gorg print high low skirt to her office, with a cowl neckline.
Look 6: Another one for Marjorie harvey, because she is amazing and always gorg! This black number can be rocked to a dinner party or an awards event.
Look 7: Pam Madlala. Going on a date with the hubby?
Which look do you like most?
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