I find Angie's outfit formula posts endlessly inspiring and enjoy putting together a bunch of outfits based on them, usually tying to both recreate them as close as possible and loosely based on the general idea. The asymmetry post really resonated with me, so after wearing the skirt outfit last Friday, I had some fun trying versions of the other three that I could put from my closet.

Here are my versions of those outfits. The first two were worn over the weekend, for running casual errands, and the least one was worn last night to go to the mall to have some watch bands repaired.

The first outfit is my version of the asymmetric sweater, which is long and narrow, opposite to the one from the post. I paired an old BCBG sleeveless sweater with also old-ish J Crew wide crops, and new pewter Sofft gladiators. I added silver-toned watch and a costume jewelry necklace. These wide navy crops are also a part of my denim-esque capsule, as the material is textured and reminiscent of denim. I wore them a lot to work before the pandemic started.

My asymmetric dress is an old Karen Kane, relatively similar to the one in the post, which I paired with the new Dolce Vita sandals. I added silver-toned watch, tan cross-body and silk leopard neckerchief.

The asymmetric silk blouse is an old DVF from several years ago, which I paired with G-Star wide crops from thus summer, and Paul Green navy sandals from Vienna trip three years ago. These are one of my dressier sandals, typically worn to work, which are fairly comfy, but not comfy enough for long urban walks.

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