Ruffles are all the rage! But be careful, you don't want to over do it or you'll end up looking like a clown. Ruffles are best when they are simple. Joan loves a subtle ruffle trim around an edge of a garment.
For example ruffles look great around the neck edge. Emma Roberts gets it right with a feminine ruffle detail around the neckline of her shirt to spice up a simple pair of jeans and a blazer. To get Emma's style try the Lizzie Parker Ruffle Blouse (seen here).
Another way we are seeing ruffles used is around the edge of a tube top. Kate Beckinsale looks gorgeous in a simple tube dress that has one wide ruffle around the top edge. Get a similar look with Jenny Han's Ruffle Tube Top (seen here).
People often think of ruffles as just residing around the neck of a garment but they can look beautiful at the bottom edge of a skirt or dress, as seen here on Rumer Willis. A knee-length dress with a simple, wide ruffle is very feminine and sexy. To get this look try the Lizzie Parker Ruffle Dress (seen here) which has a subtle wide ruffle on the bottom edge as well as the neckline!