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Trend Alert: Ruffles

We just love staying on top of growing fashion trends. Especially when they are something fun that we can easily mix into our wardrobes. And right now one of those trends is the addition of ruffles for spring. Sure I’ve seen the billowy darlings on sweaters and winter wear, but for spring these ruffles are going to be everywhere! And many of us have already mentally moved on even though we still have several chilly months ahead.

I personally dipped my toe into the ruffle trend this fall with this royal blue dress. I loved the addition of having flowy arms and bouncy hemline as details on an otherwise solid basic dress. Sure I’ve seen ruffles added to many different fabrics and patterns, but my personal classic style gravitates towards using them on more solid and basic pieces. I appreciate all types of fashion, but most often you’ll find me in pretty classic and tailored looks. Which is why I’ve selected five easy pieces for you to try ruffles this spring. Each one can easily be inserted into your wardrobe and is a great way to see if this look and feeling of ruffles is for you. I personally have my eye on that fun black pantsuit for a spring break trip to warmer weather! Ahhh I can’t wait!

Ruffles for spring

1. Black Pantsuit / 2. Black and White Striped Top / 3. Pink Shift Dress / 4. Navy Sheath Dress / 5. Plaid Top

So what do you think? Are you into these ruffles as much as I am? Or do you prefer to keep your ruffles to a minimum? Or only accept them in chip form. We didn’t even talk about my love for the other infamous golden and crunchy ruffles, yum!

I can’t wait to keep trying out this trend in the coming months!

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Comments

  1. Jasmine says

    Ruffles in the right place look amazing and flattering! I Love that striped top you featured it would love picture with a pair of distressed skinny jeans!

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