Valentine’s Day: Wholesale Romantic Ruffles

Love is in the air here at! Our wholesale ladies clothing vendors have been already preparing their must-have items for Valentine’s Day. We have also selected some of the best romantic outfits from our top vendors that your customers would love to wear on a date or for any special occasion. Check out some of our team’s wholesale clothing favorites.

Our women’s clothing have been reflecting a large influx of romantic ruffles, which was one of the major trends that dominated the Spring/Summer 2016 fashion shows. As you can see by the above contributions from Umgee or Easel, romantic touches and tiered layers have been added to our wholesale clothing collections.

We love the soft heavy rayon span ruffle tunic by our vendor Easel that your customers can wear as a dress on a date night, or just pair it with jeans or shorts for a more casual style. Ruffles are also featured on Kori America’s floral print dress, giving the outfit a romantic fairy-tale spin. Ladies would also love to match a ruffle top from our vendors Naked Zebra or Estam in the pantone colors of the year, rose quartz or serenity, for an everyday feminine style.

If you haven’t started planning your spring retail buying list, check out our team’s selection of must-have items on our blog. At LAShowroom, we always try to pay attention to new trends and the romantic ruffles theme will be classic this season. The ruffle is definitely the game-changing flourish on sleeves or dresses. It will add a sense of charm and drama to your customers’ wardrobe.

Do not miss out on this seasonal shopping opportunity – order your wholesale ladies clothing today! To find more wholesale items reflecting this trend, simply type “ruffles” into our website’s search bar to view a list of our distributors’ ruffle tops, dresses and much more.

Author:  Christine Duff

Christine wants to live in a world filled with cutting edge fashion, beautiful words and and an endless supply of leather jackets and boots. A product development grad of FIDM, she was the Editor-in-Chief of MODE Magazine where she reignited her love of storytelling. She has diverse experience within the industry with trend research, art direction and styling editorial spreads. She gained her most notable experience working in Los Angeles at the satellite operation for GQ and Vogue Thailand. Christine is passionate about social science and the role it plays in the consumer goods industry and apparel in particular.

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