Top 6 @ 6: Frill Seeker

Imaan Hammam and supermodels backstage at Topshop Unique SS16
The 2016 trend that's taking over.
Image c/o Pandora Sykes /

Believe it or not, but spring is just three months away. (Crazy right?) With that, it's time to stock up on some of the major trends that plan to rule 2016. 

Cue ruffles and frills, found all over the runways in every major fashion week for SS16. Whether it be in the Victorian-inspired necklines of 3.1 Phillip Lam and Miu Miu (and on our very own Editor In Chief, Tia Elisabeth) or inspired by the full-on girly frills at Gucci, the trend is quickly growing. Style ruffled tops like our gal Pandora Sykes (above) with some classic denim for a casual feel, or dress up for a night out with a frilly skirt. Either way, this is a trend we'll be wearing all season long.

Here are our favourite picks for every price range.


WHO: Autumn, Jr Fashion Contributor at Couturesque magazine
WHERE: Southern Illinois, U.S.  
OBSESSED WITH: Photog Jorden Keith
LISTENING TO: R.I.P. 2 My Youth - the Neighbourhood 
CAN BE FOUND AT: @im_autumnbreeze

1 comment:

  1. Tops look great,ruffles are coming back,love them,they are for the young and older women, thanks for the show of tops,love your writings.


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