Ruffles are a spring trend that is still strong from last year. Designers like Ulla Johnson & Five to Seven showed off plenty of ruffles and tiered pieces on their spring run. Even if your personal style is not overtly feminine, you can still adopt a softer version of this trend with a subtle floating sleeve or tiered floral dress. If you opt for a ruffle top, try the softness of these ruffles with a more textured bottom (such as fitted shorts or distressed Denim). This helps to keep the Look balanced and modern instead of looking young.
I’ve always been a big Fan of Feminine Designs (ruffles included), so I’m completely on board. And today I share two spring looks with curly pieces that I love now. This pretty white top is the perfect weight to wear you from spring to summer heat, as it is light and airy. It looks cute with jeans, but also works well with shorts or a more textured skirt. And even though it’s very light, I didn’t find it pure (I’m wearing a bare bra here) – but it goes a little big, so I recommend reducing the size.
I think we should just call 2021″The year of the dress”. After months where we only wear casual clothes, it’s no wonder we all dress in fancy ruffles and want to do our best! For one thing, I plan to embrace dresses this spring more than ever and this pretty floral number is a great start.
Normally I tend to Midis or Maxis, but I know that many of you who are on the shorter side have a hard time handling these lengths. This dress is the perfect solution because it is suitable for everyone, regardless of size. The Faux Wrap style is so flattering and the Fit & Flare silhouette is always a winner in my book. Also, how pretty are these sleeves?! I like it to be fully lined and I think it will also look cute with a straw belt instead of the self-tie it comes with.