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This fall there are so many wearable trends, and trends that may already be in your closet, or easily created with low-budget, handmade, or thrifted pieces. One of these trends is the Victorian look. Ruffles, lace, smocking, and high collars are back, and this is a look that I think is so easy to work into many personal styles. While this trend is seen in blouses, dresses, and jackets, this post is going to focus on just blouses because they’re the easiest way to add this trend to an existing wardrobe. Also, a blouse is less likely to look dated in a year because it can be styled in multiple ways and under different types of layers. But how exactly do you wear a Victorian-inspired blouse without looking too sexy, too steampunk, or too much like Jerry Seinfeld?