And that’s our exiting theme, put a ruffle on it! I love ruffles, ruffled blouses, dresses and skirts! I love them ever since Adam and the Ants ( there also comes my love for military jackets from) and 1999 by Prince! Ruffles are dramatic and fun!
Stylish Monday is created out of a Facebook group of Life and Style bloggers. Every month we interpret a theme in our own way, fashionable wise of course. It’s a fun way to be creative with clothing and accessories. And to see how other women interpret a theme chosen by someone else. It is a fabulous fashionable way to create something beautiful with other bloggers.
Put a ruffle on it
This is my beloved ruffle blouse. It’s a old one and I don’t wear it often, but those ruffles are so perfect to me. And I love the color combination and the kind a preppy look, but the cool feel that the blouse gives me. I need a black one too, of course. But this one, although it’s not my favorite color, has the perfect ruffles. The only thing that I need from a black blouse are ruffles at the cuffs! So if you happen to see one, give me a sign!
Take a look at my fashionable friends
Amy of Amy’s Creative Pursuits
I always like it when clothing items have a little extra detail added to them. The ruffle on the bottom of this chambray skirt is flirty and fun! It wouldn’t be as interesting if it was just a typical A-line skirt.
Suzanne of Ask Suzanne Bell
Flirty and fun, ruffles add a touch of femininity to any outfit, which is something I’m looking for these days. Whether it’s an extra flounce on a dress or skirt or a big ruffle on top, give it a try and enjoy a little extra spring in your step all day long!
Julie of Fashion Trends and Friends
Ruffles add details and interest! I’m all about them both big and small. They make an impact and elevate an outfit!
Shelbee of Shelbee on the Edge
I don’t have a lot of ruffled things in my wardrobe, but I do love the dramatic flounce that can often be found in kimono styles. Big flared bell sleeves and a wide flounce at the bottom of a mixed pattern kimono paired with a denim mermaid skirt seemed to fit the theme this month.
Brigitte of Brigitte Marie Foret Blog
I love incorporating ruffles into my everyday looks, because they add a subtle femininity to any outfit. Ruffles possess the ability to transform any basic garment into an elevated statement piece. Whether worn during the week, or for a special occasion, ruffles are definitely an element of clothing that I enjoy wearing.
Andrea of Pearls and Pant Suits
Nicole of High Latitude Style
I am not a ruffle person. Thus, this dress is just a tryout of the current trend. The plan was to cut the ruffle off if I wouldn’t like it. I am still undecided whether to cut or not to cut it off. What do you think?
Emma of Style Splash
I love ruffles and frills – especially on blouses – because they add a bit of drama to an outfit. I bought this red one a few years ago in a sale and never get bored with it.
Ada of Elegance and Mommyhood
This lovely yellow dress has been in my closet for over a decade (it’s by Express). I wore it to our Florida vacation last year. Since the “challenge” was all about ruffles and flounce I decided to go full steam with this fully-ruffled dress. It reminds me a little bit of the 20s from a century ago.
Lucy of Lucy Bertoldi.com
Ruffles are fashion’s way of telling you not to take styling too seriously- lighten up! oving this ruffle theme- so freeing (and it also helps that this blouse is in my very favourite Spring colour)!
So I hope you liked our theme! And now lets start a party!