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Sweet, girly, feminine little ruffles…they add a girlish twist to anything masculine, a little flair to a straight skirt, and can make a collar an avant garde masterpiece. Petite little ruffles trimming the hem of a delicate blouse, extra big and structured around a collar, or wild and asymmetrical on a printed dress, ruffles are showing up in many shapes and textures.

Adding a sense of extravagance to any design, these ruffles are modernized, bringing a bit of wow to Spring 2010 looks. From Stella McCartney’s oversized neckline to Nina Ricci’s delicately ruffled lingerie, ruffles are a must for your next wardrobe.

Marc Jacobs’ gothic ballerina looks scary and sweet with mismatched ruffles in a combination of white textures.


Badgley Mischka adds a little ruffle trim to a sleek, cherry red dress.

Nina Ricci drapes tiny ruffles onto a silk, blush colored bodice and petite panties.

Stella McCartney is bright and beautiful with a citrine ruffled top, paired with an animal print flowy skirt.

D&G goes country with a faded denim dress with a short ruffled skirt.

Glamorous and eccentric or sweet and pretty, ruffles are hot for Spring 2010 and shouldn’t be avoided.

Images courtesy of the Fashion Spot forums.