Nothing says Spring like flowers and ruffles. Well, florals for sure signify the coming of Spring, but I'm not sure ruffles mean the same thing. If you're not a fan of ruffles (remember the ruffle-toped socks your mom made you wear with the dress that was basically one giant ruffle?), then this may not be your kind of spring attire (and if it isn't, you may kindly leave now. . . just kidding).
Emilia Wickstead captured the essence of Spring. The fabrics selected for her collection are well crafted to create a light and billowing feel even though some designs may cover the whole figure. The silhouettes of Wickstead's designs are simple and the elements that adorn each piece are like wise simple; simple patterns of flowers or dots and simple ruffles. So you don't have to worry. The ruffles in these designs are basic gathering of clothe and that's it. Not fluff added. Literally. So you can unabashedly love this collection without having horrible flash backs to those days as a little girl all dressed and fluffed up for Sunday service. You can love the collection here.