No longer reserved for girly dresses, ruffles have evolved into bigger and bolder flounces, and are all over everything! Not only are they used in airy, light numbers, ruffles are now also structured and sculptured — think leather and metal .
More dramatic (yet still romantic) than ever, these frills are back to add that extra oomph to our outfits.
Featuring a raised, draped neckline, this dramatic top is a unique play on proportion and volume. Best worn with slim-fit bottoms.
Maticevski ruffle top, AU$1,200 (S$1,283).
With a high-rise fit that’s slender through the thighs, and starts flaring out at the knee, this Ellery number is best worn with heels.
Ellery Hysteria jeans, S$1,015.
Bold and playful, the handcrafted ruffle buckle bag is made in Italy and fashioned with ostrich leather and snakeskin. It can be transformed into a clutch by removing the chunky acrylic chain strap.
Burberry ruffle buckle bag, S$5,095.
Inspired by contemporary art, this gold-plated ruffle ring can be worn as a statement piece by itself.
Arme de L’Amour gold-plated ring, US$245 (S$344).
Crafted from supple leather in Italy, these pair of booties from Fendi’s Fall 16 collection is playful yet sexy. Show off the ruffles by teaming it with higher hemlines.
Fendi ruffled ankle boots, US$2,553 (S$3,593).