Wearing: Beaufille Ruffle Top (also here on sale!), Goen J Pants (shop similar style here and budget option here), Zara Slippers (find similar here, here, and here), H&M Earrings, Edge Of Ember Cuff, Céline Caty Sunglasses, and a Lulu’s Ring Bag (similar options here and here)
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I’ll admit that I’ve developed an unhealthy obsession with ruffles since 2013, i.e. after Nicholas Ghesquiere’s last collection for Balenciaga a.k.a. the evidence ruffles can go with minimalism, as opposed to the popular thought they are an exclusively maximalist element. Blame it on my soft spot for all things playful and whimsical, or perhaps my sensitive, more feminine side. However, that doesn’t mean that I was ever into ultra-feminine and romantic style nor will I ever be. At the end, you can wear whatever you want and it comes down to how you pair and style a garment to adapt it to your style.
Beaufille is yet another example of a minimalist label that uses ruffles to give their garments a playful, architectural twist, like, for instance, in this top that combines them with denim fabric and an open back cut. I’ve paired this Beaufille top with ruffle hem pants to keep the theme going in the whole look. I considered pairing the top instead with jeans or a simple skirt to add balance to the ensemble and let the top do all the speaking, but when I tried this combination I am wearing, I kinda liked it. Fashion is all about taking risks and having fun, so don’t let rules always dictate what you wear.
How about you guys? Are you keen on ruffles or would you rather skip this trend? Comment below to share your thoughts. x
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An extensive background and numerous skills in architectural design, a lifelong passion for art, and a penchant for culture has provided Laura Dittrich, a visual storyteller based in Germany, with a keen eye for aesthetics and a unique creative vision materialized through aesthetic visuals such as cinemagraphs and experimental video content in the form of outfit editorials (cinematorials).
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