Ruffled Details That Caught Our Eye!

If you thought ruffles are for 4-year olds, think again. This happy-go-lucky trend is back and brides are going after it like bees to honey. From your ruffle skirt of the lehenga to a gorgeous ruffle border on the lehenga skirt, every ruffle detailing is so pretty! We found hard evidence in the shape of some amazing lehenga details that will totally make our case! This one is for keeps!

Ruffle Saree

Be it a simple chiffon saree, a Karva Chauth looks, or a friend’s party, This saree is the ultimate inspiration for ethnic wear. Ethnic jewelry and this very famous ruffle saree, are the best picks for an ethnic look.

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Ruffle Lehenga

Back in the 17th century, Chanel came up with a gown with strings and ruffles. Today, the modern Indian ruffle lehenga is modified with ruffles being layered up and not in the shape of bubbles. Nevertheless, Ruffles have always managed to add the mischievous factor to any dress. It is definitely evident that ruffles are not going back any time soon.

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Ruffle Kurta and Dupatta

The ruffle kurta is usually with an A-line hemming and can be worn with and without a churidar. The ruffle kurta also serves as a light and flowy maxi dress at times when you’re in a mood for a shopping spree, this will serve as the best choice. The ruffle dupatta on the other hand adds life to an otherwise plain kurta. Ruffle dupattas can be seen with strapped straight cut kurtas as well.

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Ruffle blouses

Bringing back the 50’s trend, the ruffle blouse is beautiful with the Indian saree or lehenga. An Indo-Western amalgamation in actuality the ruffle blouse gives that oomph factor to any ethnic outfit.

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Ruffles are an ode to the beauty of imperfections. An ode to the cheerfulness, the little bad in all of us, to the notion that ‘Nothing’s complete without flaws, it’s bad that brings the good.’ For more, visit Amrut-The-Fashion-Icon.