by Ida Hsiang
The classic sheath dress has always been a symbol of feminine sophistication. Some of the most elegantly iconic women of our time, like Audrey Hepburn and Jackie O, have used this womanly and conservative silhouette as their famously recognizable look. While sheath dresses have long been a staple in the closets of women, and is a sure-fire go-to, it's time to give them a modern spin and a healthy dose of sex appeal. Details like ruffles, plunging necklines and shorter hems all go a long way in adding a more sensual vibe to predictably refined sheath dresses. Click on the slideshow to see a selection of favorite sheath dresses that got a sexy make-over!
by Ida Hsiang
Spring is the time when blossoms start blooming and leaves unfurl and the whole world looks happy, lively and oh-so-pretty. These attributes can easily be transferred to your own closet with the help of feminine ruffles and rosettes. A long time staple of bridesmaid dresses and prom gowns, frilly ruffles and rosettes are now being used in a whole new way. Still cute and girly when added to a flared skirt, or a simple sheath, ruffles and rosettes can now also be found adorning something as basic as a cotton tee, or as a way to add a sweet side to an edgy pair of heels. So whether you're more the 'girl-next-door' sweetheart, or the edgy chick full of unique personality, you'll find a way to work these feminine embellishments into your spring and summer wardrobe. Click on the slideshow to see a selection of sweet to sassy garments that feature ruffles or rosettes and jump on this spring trend band-wagon!