Wednesday, September 30, 2009

Ruffles, Ruffles, Ruffles.

I like ruffles but tend not to be the type of woman that loves overly girlie things. So, when it comes to ruffles, I like them but not in huge amounts in most cases. I have been looking and a few ruffled tops trhat have caught my eye.

Above: Gold Floral Brocade Ruffle Trim Belted Blouse by BCBMAXAZRIA

Thta blouse would be perfect for a Fall/Winter classy and a mixture of modern, as well as the antique. It's no wonder it is selling out quikly at

For a more casual look you could always go with this top:

Above: Black Cotton U-Neck Flutter Sleeve T-Shirt by Fluxus

The shirt not only looks very comfortable, but also has that bit of ruffle on the sleeves that give it a tiny bit of a dressy look.

I have discovered Aryn K as a designer and think their designs are great for nights out on the town:

Above: Black Layered Pleat Flutter Sleeve Blouse by Aryn K

I love that blouse because it is "out on the town" ready as well as having a ruffled, yet sophisticated, look. It also isn't very expensive at $41.00!

While being causal and colour-blocked, this top has a tiny bit of ruffle to the neckline:

Above: Charcoal Heather Cotton-Modal Side Colorblocked Top by linQ

I love the side colour-blocking and the slight ruffle to the neckline. Very cool in my book.

And, to finish off the "ruffles" theme of this post, I have to add a VERY ruffled top that just thrilled me:

Above: Paola Halter Top by One Vintage

Very spendy, very ruffled, very lacy, very girlie, yet so pretty I could not pass it up in my favorite, recent, ruffle, finds. It has a touch of 60s/70s retro to it and I would wear it proudly with flared/boot-cut jeans and wedges.

I always think ruffles when the weather starts to get cooler and I am thinking of going out. So, decided to share ruffled tops that caught my eye.