Imperial Cotton Trapeze Ruffle Dress
Le Style: Sleeveless trapeze dress with puffed ruffled hem and hidden pockets in “Imperial” Cotton Popeline
Ma Muse: Whether referred to as an A-line, trapeze or baby doll, this now iconic silhouette has come to define an era. Twiggy captured for Vogue by David Bailey in 1966, Mia Farrow in the 1968 thriller Rosemary’s Baby, Think Jane Birkin and French singer Françoise Hardy or Yara Sahadi in a Sophie Theallet print Version.
Mode d’Emploi: Wear with bare legs and gladiator sandals to a gallery opening. For a more covered up look, play with proportions and pair with slim pants and colorful pumps.
Note: Steam ruffle up for a more dramatic fashionable effect