Ruffled blouses can easily go the way of The Artist Formerly Known As Prince. While it may work for the Purple one, trust us when we say that look is not for the every day woman. So to avoid the Victorian-meets-disco/80’s pop era look, ruffles in balance and moderation are key.
The Catherine Malandrino Ruffle neck top provides the balance. A cement gray tone is the perfect backdrop forthree tiers of ruffles. A symmetric scoop front neckline sexily shows off one shoulder while the peek-a-boo crochet pattern just below the bust slims and tapers your waist.
Thankfully, this is one ruffled top that makes you look more like a Princess; less like Prince.