Get Your Ruffles on

A returning trend this year is that of ruffles and frills. You will surely see a lot of dresses, shirts and pants with lovely ruffles that add movement and chicness to our looks. So, let us give you some frilly ideas.

From Seinfeld’s puffy shirt, via Prince to Olivia Palermo, we have all learned to love the ruffles over the years. Nevertheless, the flamenco dancer Carmen Amaya shows us why ruffles are magic. They really bound for a poetic, dramatic and romantic look. Historically, ruffles were unisex and worn by soldiers and statesmen alike.

T.ba

A timeless, simple, yet stunning look is that of a ruffled shirt, velvet pants or jeans. Here, the shirt is matched with one of our favourite style accessories, a choker.

T.ba

This nostalgic shirt has cute ruffles along the neckline and extended chiffon cuffs. The cuffs really enhance one of the most feminine parts of the female body, the wrists, don’t you agree?

Moreover, the same effect is found in the delicate Mina dress, which is is a winter dream come true. You can knot the cuffs to enhance their ruffles and long shape.

We made this romantic dress in rich and layered, silk and viscose chiffon with exquisite lace details. You can tie the pussy-bow in the front or on the side or just left undone.

T.ba Mina dress

We think ruffles are equally stylish for day and night time. Hence, as an example of this, we would like to show you the Mina blouse which can be used to build any T.ba look.

It has a delicious colour. The Mina blouse is also made in rich silk and viscose chiffon and will take you through the day and evening in pure elegance.

T.ba Mina blouse

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