Canadians should expect frills next spring
Most Canadians are starting to seriously consider their outerwear choices for winter 2009, but the world's top designers are encouraging everyone to start thinking about warmer times. Toronto Fashion Week just ended, leaving fashion lovers eager for the sweet smells of spring - and the starchy scent of new clothes.
Ladies should take note that skirts, shirts and even cute tank tops were decked out with plenty of ruffles, The Canadian Press reveals. For girls who love all things frilly, spring and summer 2010 will be their year for fashion. Skirts, in particular, will have a floaty feel to them, as bubble skirts are rounder and more pronounced, in order to give the wearer a soft silhouette.
The Edmonton Sun spoke with one designer, Monica Mei of Aime, about her passion for ruffles in her collection. "I was inspired by traveling to the Mediterranean," she said, when describing her 2010 collection.
It seems, then, that ruffles are back in fashion, and a more relaxed approach will be taken with many different styles in the new year.