One of the most noteworthy trends of the season is asymmetric pieces and risqué cutouts. With SS21 being all about ‘hot girl summer’ which we perceive to be about feeling confident and powerful in your own body, the trend is the perfect way to compliment this feeling, with garments that are unique and experimental in the way they complement your features and show off your silhouette. This week on Instagram celebrities are wearing some of the most sought-after styles, brands, and shapes that capture the cut-out trend to the T.
Maya Jama took to Instagram in the ‘Cirque Cut Out Dress’ by Amy Shehab. This piece has an amazing plunge front detail, embellished with silver hoops and a figure hugging body con silhouette. Maya paired the dress with a pair of tie-up strappy sandals and thick silver hoops.This look is both sexy and elegant, perfect for post lockdown plans with the girls.
Pictured on the streets of London in designer Sinead Gorey, Mabel’s off-duty look is one of the most sought-after silhouettes of the season. With amazing tie-up details all along the legs, creating a circle-themed pattern that shows off her figure. The jumpsuit itself is a blue tie-dye pattern and has a cute, comfortable racer neck. Mabel paired the piece with the Dior monogram high-top sneakers.
Kali Uchis wears a Khaki Louisa Ballou Cut-out swimsuit, the piece has such a unique asymmetric design with ruched detailing where the hoops meet. Paired with a denim skirt, a vintage Louis Vuitton monogram denim bag, and gold chunky earrings – proving that styling is key, and swimwear pieces can easily be dressed up.
Jorja Smith was bringing all the heat to Instagram this week in a cut-out red, leather co-ord set. The outfit was custom-made by 16Arlington for her VEVO performance. The pants are embellished with tie-up leg details with fringe creating elegant movement. Equally as mesmerising, the top has a one-shoulder silhouette and is completely asymmetrical. Want to re-create the look this SS21? We’ve linked the I AM GIA set, which gives off the exact same vibes.
Elsa Hosk took to Instagram in the Christopher Esber Ruched Disconnect Dress, giving off the illusion of a skirt/top co-ord because of it’s creative cut-out detailing at the waist. The piece has ruched detailing which compliments all shapes and a gorgeous satin finish that gives off a pearl effect. Elsa paired the piece with leather sandals, aviator sunglasses, and a Valentino leather bag.
Kicking off her Calambre Tour, Nathy Peluso wore a custom jumpsuit by Syndical Chamber. The piece features a printed, figure-enhancing shapewear design in a deep red tone. On the neckline, there’s an asymmetric cut-out detail which adds an extra element of Fuego. Nathy Peluso creatively added a Playboy dangle belly ring to the look. Unfortunately, the jumpsuit is custom made and unavailable to purchase but we’ve put together a look that aligns with the trend and is bound to turn heads this SS21 – with the Jean Paul Gaultier ‘Safe Sex Forever’ top which features a similar figure design.
Pink for every day of the week. Sharkkana took to Instagram in a pair of pink, distressed jeans paired with a one-shoulder piece by designer Lois1XBlue. The top fits slightly slanted with a unique asymmetrical silhouette, and the printed design coordinates the pink. She paired the look with New Bottega visor sunglasses, making this a go-to for the hotter days around the corner this June.
This look combines neutral browns with subtle taupe tones, a pair we love for SS21. The chocolate, mesh trousers are embellished with fly-away tie details and intricate paneling which gives off a deconstructed effect. The basic mesh cami comes with a matching glove, which is one of the most sought-after complimenting trends of the season.
Bree took to Instagram in a groovy co-ord from Zara, with swirly green and blue patterns which take us back to the 70s. The piece has tie-waist details which are hot this season for their nod to y2k and sexy yet chic feel. This look combines the cut-out trend with the prints of SS21, there’s no room for basic this hot girl summer.
Words By Natasha Legge, Graphic By Emily Chapillon