Ruffles: Get the frill with elan

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Ruffles: Get the frill with elan

Ruffle it: Flaunt the frills

Ruffles: Get the frill with elan

If you thought ruffles and frills were passé, it’s time to brush up on emerging trends. From the Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton to Bollywood actress Katrina Kaif, during the promotions of Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara, ruffle skirts have always been a ‘starry skirt’.

Frill skirts are definitely not among the newest trends but are back with new variants in recent years. This list includes all the types of ruffle skirts and how you can style them.

Maxi ruffle skirt

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This skirt is pretty easy to pull off. You can wear a white or baby pink tight-fit button-up shirt and team this look with espadrille wedges. Wear black open toe heels to add a touch of elegance to the outfit. Avoid buttoning up the sleeves of the shirt and wear a big dial watch.

Ruffle skirt with a tie-bow in the waist

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A bow in the waist will help to accentuate your waist. A knee-length ruffle skirt can be paired with high-brown boots without heels on them. This styling of the skirt is evergreen. Accessorize it with a little silver pendant necklace.

Striped skirt

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A blue and white coloured striped ruffle skirt worn with a black t-shirt gives a chic look. Choose vertical stripes whenever you purchase this type of skirt. This comfy look is not just for beachwear but can be considered for a street-style look.

Ruffle mini skirt

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Ruffle mini skirt is a total party wear garment and you can choose to wear bold and dark colours like olive, brown, dark green, navy blue, magenta. You can pair this skirt with a crop top, cut-sleeved top and an off-shoulder top. Black-sheer tops make this skirt look even more gorgeous.

Tulle ruffle skirt

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Tulle ruffle skirts are almost similar to mini ruffle skirts. The only difference comes in the styling of layers in this skirt. This skirt can go well with knotted shirts and tops. Style a broad strap belt with this skirt and get yourself decked up into a retro look!

Ruffle midi skirt

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‘Check pattern’ on ruffle midi skirt when clubbed with solid colour shirts will make your look cooler. Pair flats like mules, espadrilles, gladiator, ballet flats with this skirt. Small and big brown handbags will help to complete this look.

Asymmetric ruffle skirt

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The asymmetrical look in the ruffle skirt makes it a little different. Dot or floral pattern in this skirt keeps it trending. Full sleeves-bodycon tops matches well with asymmetrical skirts.

Plaid ruffle maxi skirt

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Plaid skirts have a little slit in them. This maxi skirt with a check print of bold and white colours, makes this skirt look more elegant. Just a polka dot shirt and a hat with this skirt will make a perfect look for shopping, dining in restaurants and other such outings. So here you go girls, add more ruffle skirts to your wardrobe.