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Luella's spring 2009 collection combined asymmetrical tiered frill skirts, patchwork and overlays of lace, bouncy tiers and upstanding frills. It is girly and whimsical to say the least and I absolutely love it. The lavender and green dress simply shouts prom dress.
Luella's psychedelic designs simply shows that we are never too old to wear frills and ruffles. But if you are looking for a more casual interpretaion of the trend for an everyday look then check out these frilly options.
This sleeveless multicoloured dress by East is the perfect outfit for special occasions with its show-stopping colours and figure-hugging crinkle fabric. Made in a simple but elegant style, the subtle feminine frill detail at the hem and neckline adds even more sophistication and style.
This lovely open ruffle front Silk Frill Dress is light and feminine. Made from an embossed silk, it has frills on the sleeves and the hem.
Well I simply cannot decide which colour to get in this e.v paris ruffle neck tunic dress. I love both the blush pink and khaki which are equally great autumny colours. Made from 100% silk crepe, wear with leggings or tights to add some autumn warmth and fringe boots to get the luxury bohemian look.
A subtle play on transparency, this ruffle neck top is made from 100% cotton knit. The wide rounded neckline edged with a voile ruffle and long voile sleeves with buttoned cuffs looks very elegant with a pair of jeans.
This long sleeved Jabot-Style Ruffled Shirt achieves a bohemian look with its crumpled, faded look and frayed finished on its ruffle cascade. The mother of pearl buttons at neckline and cuffs add a bit of bohemian luxury to this e.v. paris 100% cotton ruffled shirt.