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Re: Ruffles, Ruffles, and More Ruffles!


birdmama wrote:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This one is kinda cool 

 


@birdmama: l like this one too, but l was wondering: Does the model have very broad shoulders, or does the top have shoulder pads??

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Re: Ruffles, Ruffles, and More Ruffles!

@handygal

Reminds me of a garment that's been hanging too long on a hanger.

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Re: Ruffles, Ruffles, and More Ruffles!

I like ruffles. They give an otherwise plain piece a little something extra. I especially like the eggplant colored long sleeve shirt. I like a ruffle in a tonal and delicate way; like the cardigan in my Free People thread
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Re: Ruffles, Ruffles, and More Ruffles!

@handygal

 

Boney shoulders, lol.

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Re: Ruffles, Ruffles, and More Ruffles!


lolakimono wrote:

More from Nordstrom-

 

 

 

 

 


That reminds me ... I have a black piece in that style, just a bit shorter.  I think I bought it at either Coldwater Creek or Chico's... must be about 10 years ago.  I don't wear it very often.

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Re: Ruffles, Ruffles, and More Ruffles!

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Adore the rust colored sweater....again, these fashion statements can look stunning on young, slim, trendy models.  As for the rest of us....wear what you like and be happy doing it...confidence and sense of self it more important than what others think of what you wear.  I am not a ruffle person, but I own a couple of Logo with subltle rufffles on the bottom and they are some of my favorite clothing.

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Re: Ruffles, Ruffles, and More Ruffles!

I've never been much of a ruffle person.  I prefer beautiful tailoring, top stitched seams, a lot of seams, beautiful buttons, cording, or other details.

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Re: Ruffles, Ruffles, and More Ruffles!


ECBG wrote:

I've never been much of a ruffle person.  I prefer beautiful tailoring, top stitched seams, a lot of seams, beautiful buttons, cording, or other details.


@ECBG

I thought you were an expert?

One detail doesn't necessarily preclude the other.....

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Re: Ruffles, Ruffles, and More Ruffles!

@SilleeMee@lolakimono@@Thanks both of you....too bad Lola sold it out.I think she should get a free gift card.

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Re: Ruffles, Ruffles, and More Ruffles!

I have a sweater from Anthropologie that has subtle ruffles going up each side of the sweater on the front.  I think it's very pretty but don't want anything else with ruffles.

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