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ruffle

a low continuous drumbeat

ruffle

[′rəf·əl]
(geology)
A ripple mark produced by an eddy.
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Gathering is often used within the body of a garment to add fullness in a specific area, or incorporate ruffles or shirring into a project.
It's flirty and really allows you to rock those ruffles. The reason women love a little ruffle is because of the romantic feel it adds to the look, and this particular shape is pretty slimming, especially the double ruffle hem.
A more feminine trend was ruffles, fluttering on dresses, skirts and tops at Rustan's, Just G.
The 2018 spring summer fashion trends are a fab mix of pastels, florals, sequins, fringes, ruffles, checks and definitely fun and bold colours.
The ruffles trend is also found in the Explosion brand which features other desired looks such as dresses in solid colours and balloon sleeves.
From romantic ruffles to bright bold colours and statement fringing, this season boasted a fresh take on your favourite looks.
RUFFLED SLEEVES LAST summer's flamenco trend has evolved, with structural ruffles now making the look more suited to the city.
Go for floral patterns, stripes and add ruffles to your wardrobe to stay fashionable this season, say experts.
Tone down the ruffles for this season though 6 ruffled sleeves or ruffles along the neckline of a top will work just fine.
he For this occasion, the mother-of-two worked two key spring trends: ruffles and this pretty aqua blue/green shade which has now come to be known as seafoam (copyright Cate Blanchett at this year's Oscars).
Seattle, WA, November 19, 2015 --(PR.com)-- Author Tom Ruffles announces the availability of his new book, "Busy Foot Bingtoot (And The Maladies)."