How to work it: Romantic ruffles

How to work it: Romantic ruffles
Trails, flounces and trims – ruffles are big news in bridal this season and here's how to work the look. Bridal fascinator by Awon Golding

Ruffles and frills are adding a flirtatious twist to bridal in 2019, featuring on skirts, sleeves and glamorous red-carpet accessories

Ruffles and frills have been a recurring theme on the bridal runways of London, New York and Barcelona, cropping up on everything from frothy skirts to flyaway sleeves. You’ll even find them on bags and elegant bridal heels. Whether you want to add an ethereal or flirtatious edge, they are a brilliant way to add flow and movement – and an element of romantic drama – to your wedding-day ensemble.

1. Reem Acra – Let’s flounce

Reem Acra’s fabulous flounced gown is glamour with a twist

2. Di Hassall – Ruffle up

Di Hassall’s flirty pink suede shoes have a ruffle trim at toe and ankle

3. Savin London – Frilling affair

Savin London’s signature ruffled skirt was worn with bustier bodice at London Bridal Week

4. Jimmy Choo – Black beauty

Jimmy Choo’s gorgeous Cloud bag has a ruffle handle

5. Cymbeline – Lavish lace

Cymbeline’s sexy lace gown has a ruffled skirt with flounce

6. Ines di Santo – High drama

Ines di Santo’s romantic gown has lovely balloon sleeves

7. Awon Golding – Bloom time

Awon Golding’s wedding fascinator with veil adds an air of mystery

9. Related