This dress is a prime examples of asymmetrical balance because the dramatic shoulder on one side makes the right side more weight filled. And the one sided fuller skirt on the opposite side.
Asymmetrical balanced because the extra length on the white side of the dress gives the dress more weight on that side making the dress uneven.
This dress can go for symmetrical balance and rhythm. Symmetrical because it is even on both sides. Rhythm because the same colors are repeated through out the dress and as well as the pattern creating movement in the dress.
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