Who doesn’t love adding a little flair to their look? Frills are the perfect trend to integrate into your wardrobe because they are soft, subtle, and offer a punch of panache to your late summer must-haves. Capping sleeves on shirts and dresses, or giving your hems a touch of fab, here are five summer fashions with frills. —Jennifer Cox
The Anabella dress from Noize ($69) come in two-toned green or pink, and the frilled edges lend a distinctly adorable 70s vibe to this simple dress. We love everything about this piece, from the adorable bell sleeves and comfy V-neck to the overall flowy fit.
Londre’s swimsuit called The Ruffle Shoulder One Piece ($168) is the epitome of fantastic frills. This backless minimal coverage one piece is adorned with elastic ruffle straps and a slim belt that can be tied in the front or back to cinch in the waist. It’s made of a compression material that is silky soft, and is always ethically made with no less than six recycled plastic water bottles.
The ruffled sleeves on the Chiffon Blouse from RW&CO ($70) is uber cute. It also has a V-neckline and is made of lightweight chiffon that will never stretch out. It comes in a lighter beige palette or a black printed one.
Zara’s ($20) Ruffled Tie Dye Dress has the best of two amazing trends: lots of cute ruffles from top to bottom plus a colourful tie dye motif too. This shorter length dress has thick straps and a front wrap closure that you can adjust and tie yourself. Get the matching ruffled tie-dye pants too.
Bodysuits are great because they create a flattering streamlined look, like the Ruffle V-Neck Bodysuit ($36) from Suzy Shier. It comes in pink or black, and can be paired with just about anything: opt for shorts or a cute skirt for a casual getup, or wear with skinny jeans and heels for a night out on the town.