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Geometry is no longer merely for the classroom. Here, we show you how to master the runway trend in your real life.
Block printing isn't the only way to infuse your look with a little geometry. The laser cut pattern on the hemline of this mini does the job just as well. There is no need to keep the rest of your look basic when taking such a minimalist approach to the trend. Feel free to experiment with color and volume.
Scallop Trim Pencil Skirt, Fawn
Pretty in Patchwork
The clean, form fitting cut of a pencil skirt allows you to play around with several different shades and shapes. Choose a loose fitting top to balance out the slender line of the skirt. Keep things coordinated by matching your blouse to one of the colors you're sporting on your lower half.
Geometric Patchwork Skirt, Sakina
Balance isn't always better. These leggings are layered with textural triangles that adorn the right calf and the left thigh, keeping any one part of the leg from becoming too cluttered. Adding a sweater with a fishtail finish is a fun way of keeping asymmetry consistent throughout the look.
Silver and Black Leggings, Simonne & Lisa B.