Think of upping your sleeve style game this season? Well, you’re right smack in the moment when sleeves are getting the fashion’s latest sprucing-up treatment.
From the ubiquitous bell sleeves trending from last year to the latest long exaggerated sleeves that trickled down the runways for Stella McCartney, Celine and The Row, sleeves are getting quite adventurous this year.
If super long sleeves sound far from appealing as mere mortals still have to utilize those hands for everyday rituals, fret not, I’ve gathered a list of wearable sleeve styles that are totally hot in their own right and can amp up your style lever in a quick instant down below.
1. Layered Bell Sleeve Top
Not all bell sleeves are ridiculously hard to wear. Opt for a half-sleeve bell sleeve style construction that’s layered, shorter in length. This one features a charming broderie lace panel.
2. Eyelet Flared Sleeves
Instead of a bell sleeve, a flared iteration with edgy eyelet details that is half sleeved on a boxy crop top makes for an edgy piece to wear.
3. Butterfly Style Lace Sleeves
This wispy lace sleeve brings a dose of lingerie into everyday wear. Short-sleeved and delicate, this sleeve style is perfect for showing off your arms.
4. Off Shoulder Bell Flare Sleeves
Here’s another shorter bell sleeve styling that is on an off shoulder crop top. Rendered in black, you can wear this with practically any bottom and that’s a real plus, don’t you think?
5. Off Shoulder Flowy Sleeves
Fans of breezy off shoulder tops will love this asymmetrical flowy sleeve style as it’s refreshingly different from the other versions we’ve seen before.
6. Pleated Bell Sleeves
Here’s a long bell sleeve version with a twist: pleats, with a colorblock effect.
7. White Ruffle Sleeve Blouse
If flared sleeves of any kind don’t rock your boat, maybe a ruffly one will do?
What do you think of these sleeve styles we’ve picked out? Which one is your favorite? Share below – I’d love to know!
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