All The Ruffles💃

Almost every fashion trend is an evolution of a different time period of dressing. Ruffles are no different. During the 1930’s flamenco costumes used ruffles on their dresses because it added to their dancing. Throughout several decades ruffles came and went in various ways. On the runway ruffles can now be spotted at both ends of the spectrum, from minimalist styles to extravagant dresses.

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J.W. Anderson (Source: Vogue Image: Kim Weston Arnold / Indigitalimages.com)

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Photographed by Hannah Gordon

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Photographed by Elle Gordon

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Photographed by Elle Gordon

In this image I’ve incorporated ruffles almost everywhere. On my black top there are a few ruffles on the sleeves which I paired with a printed ruffled skirt and black flats. This outfit can definitely take ruffles from day to night.

My Look:

Black ruffled top – Quirky Circus

Ruffled printed skirt – Scotch & Soda

Black ballerina flats – Topshop

Necklace – Stella & Dot

 

XO, Hannah

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