This season’s romantic trend is high on drama. If drama’s not your thing there are still lots of ways to work this trend into your wardrobe.

Life & Style Weekly shows how to do it with ruffles. Just make sure they’re not placed on any of your hot spots (e.g. if you’ve got big hips, don’t wear a ruffle up high ~ grey skirt below is a ‘no’ for you.

Look how stylin’ Sarah MG is in red Nanette Lapore. Love it!!!
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Shelley Mantei founded theitlists.com as part of the Glam.com network in 2006 (forever in fashion blog years!). The It Lists help busy women define their personal beauty, life and fashion style – vogue nirvana. It's a trend blog featuring the “it” bag, “it” girl, or “it” scoop! Shelley is also a public relations & social media consultant for life + style brands. She's a Vancouver import who now calls Toronto (Canada) home, but is always scooting somewhere to bring you jetsettera tales. Twitter: @shelleymantei

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  2. Melanie

    It has become so difficult for me–a woman of a certain age–to remain chic and trendy without looking ridiculous. Although I love the ruffled look and some of the other tredns for spring 2007, if I get too “ruffled up” I look like I’m from the Elizabethan Era instead of the 21st Century.

    HOWEVER…I recently interviewed a professional fashion consultant for my own blog–and she gave me some sage advice on how to still wear trends (without looking ridiculous).

    Her 50 percent rule is the most helpful piece of fashion advice that I’ve ever received. It’s changed the way I think about getting dressed in the morning. It’s too good to keep to myself, so thought I’d share it: http://www.softouchintimacy.com/betweenus/?p=97.