Must I admit? Ruffles ain’t easy.

A ruffled garment is perfect for a thin to average built woman. They aren’t so flattering on full-figured woman because there’s more fabric on a ruffled garment that potentially mislead your real shape. The color of ruffles makes an enormous difference. They look best when the color is soft and alluring. Bold colors on a ruffle can make, but usually break the entire outfit. You may find yourself on fashion police after making such a simple mistake. There are many types of ruffled blouses, the trick is finding which one is right for you.

Go for a ruffled shirt like this one. They are effortlessly sexy and diverse.

I found myself in a rut with ruffles when I constructed my first top.The ruffle blouse, making me look top-heavy at first, discouraged me. After playing the mitch-&-match game I discovered this long black bow tie. I thought, “What could it hurt to try sewing this over something that was already unflattering for me”.

Voila`!!!

This inexpensive bow tie taken from scraps, not only made this ruffled top flattering on me, but it makes the top look expensive and exclusive.

What is your take on a Ruffled Blouse ?

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3 thoughts on “Must I admit? Ruffles ain’t easy.

  1. I am a big fan off a ruffled shirt.. Honestly from a mans p.o.v. definitly hypnotizing on the dance floor or just walking by..

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