Ruffle Regency

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Get flirty and feminine. One of the ways in which I like to express this is with ruffles. Lots and lots of ruffles. I know that this is a huge trend for this spring but for me, it is more of an oldie but goodie. I am glad everyone else is catching on, HA! Kidding, BUT I’m so excited to break out my ruffliest (Is that a word?) outfits and celebrate the spring season. From dresses to lacy tops to rompers, ruffles accentuate and add volume to your hour glass figure and to MINE! Ruffles are always in my secret toolbox for hiding certain areas and shining a spotlight on others! For those who are skeptics or not ready to dive right in and embrace the frilly feminine applique, you can tread lightly with this trend. Tons of designers from Zimmerman, Self Portrait, and Ulla Johnson are ruffled out in subtle ways like an asymmetrical sleeve embellishment, or a ruffled hemline. While others, like Tom Ford and Dolce & Gabbana are in full on ruffle regency (not for the faint of heart.) Style and trends are all about how YOU wear them. Don’t be intimidated by trends, incorporate them in a way that feel organic to your lifestyle. A ruffle tee with jeans can make a statement on a date, or a ruffled mini dress with sky-high heels for GNO (Girls Night Out) can make the ultimate feminine statement! Go Girl Power! #thefutureisfemale Ruffles are the new Bumble, no need to swipe! Hot Tip: Steaming your look before taking it out on the town will make all the difference!

 

 

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