The hem of skirt A is greater than the length of top B, and the combined value equals the number of times you’ve attempted to make the look work.
So what’s the total value of the outfit?
For an easier solution, turn to Complexgeometries. The contemporary clothing line gives tried-and-true basics a geometric twist.
Take, for example, the four-hole dress, a racer-back with an extra set of armholes for endless styling options or the shaft dress with its exaggerated cowl-neck that doubles as a hood. Even the relatively simple Warp T has an asymmetrical hem. Our favorite, the long square-hood tank, morphs into a sleeveless hoodie.
Each of the pieces in Complexgeometries’s oversize, drapey collection can be worn a number of ways.
Which adds up.
Available at David Barton Gym, in the Gansevoort South, 2323 Collins Avenue, South Beach (305-534-1660); online at complexgeometries.myshopify.com.
Photo: Tommy Ton / Courtesy of Complexgeometries