How To Style: Ruffles

This super feminine trend has been seen in all major fashion cities and we totally adore it. With vintage undertones, the look is great for styling up a basic T or a great pair of slacks. Easy to wear during all seasons, the trend is versatile and can go from casual cool to contemporary classy in a flash. Here are our favourite ways of styling the trend.

Midi Skirts: The midi skirt is always a winner and worn in a ruffled style makes it a fashion essential this season. We love it paired with an easy T, large tote and your favourite sandals. Try a bright coloured heel as pictured below and don’t forget your on- trend sunnies.

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Contemporary Cool: We love ruffles as a statement piece. The contemporary tailoring allows for an elegant, street-savvy look. Style it with a pair of tailored slacks or culottes. Your favourite chain bag is a must here. Slip a pair of nude pumps on to finish off the look like a pro.

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Candy Stripes: As the temperatures slowly cool down, the high collared ruffled shirt is a great piece to wear to the office or even out to lunch this season. Style the shirt with a great pair of fitted ankle grazers, cat-eye sunnies and a colourful clutch or structured bag for a professional look.

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Layered Up: Using ruffles as a layer is a great way to create volume and add an eccentric feel to your ensemble. Style it with a skinny or a great pair of flared pants. It looks great with ballet flats or a kitten heel. Pull the look together with your favourite cardigan or lightweight blazer.

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Casual Street: A ruffled blouse is a must-have. Try it in a bright print like a floral, coupled with your favourite jeans. Keep is casual with flats and a great structured handbag. It’s a great way to freshen up your denim look.

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