Because there are so many different kinds, a whole book could be written in praise of them. As you've probably figured out from the above photo, ruffles can be worn head to toe on bodice, even covering sleeve, skirt or train. And don't forget those accessories. I've seen shoes, purses, gloves, hats and veils layered in ruffles. Below are just a few treatments, mostly skirts, celebrating the ruffle.
I’m a designer of one of a kind bridal gowns in imported silks and laces. Chic began as an off shoot of Bride Chic, my online inspiration source for fashionista brides. Once I started covering cross topics like red carpet dressing and entertaining, the idea for Chic grew. I wanted to share all that I can with you about where to find off the beaten path designers as well as what new things the notables are creating . . .
I'm in love with fashion history and re-invention of the past. Other connections to fashion? I’ve been a columnist for San Francisco Art and Fashion News and written articles for The Wedding Gazette. I founded The Design Project of San Francisco, a networking organization of fashion professionals collaborating their skills and talents on projects.
I live in Marin County, California with my husband Edgar and Chihuahua Piccalina
Check out this gorgeous chick perfectly plumed for summer socials. I found this on Lavendar and Faye , Cypress, California purveyors of som...
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