Get your shoulder game on this holiday season in nostalgic vintage dresses that has this eye-catching feature.
Puffed sleeves make for a softer strong shoulder poof than the shoulder-padded style blouses, blazers or dresses.
I don’t quite know what it is about puff sleeves with subtly-placed gathers at the shoulder of dress that makes me swoon. It could be because I was an 80s child and that even though I wasn’t crazy about the sleeve style in the 90s while I was growing up, I am now old enough to have a newly-found appreciation for the soft shoulder poofs. There are of course, bolder puff sleeves but the ones that I’m thinking anyone could sport casually while exuding retro vibes have just the right dosage of volume that elevates your shoulder game without it being too strong.
While I went looking for midi length dresses that may appeal to you ladies, I took into consideration to find them designed with such sleeves and it was evident that 80s vintage dresses in particular carry this oh so feminine sleeve style. There is one 90s puff sleeve floral dress style which you’ll see down below and the shoulder poof is only mildly there so you can play the style off subtly.
Detailing such as this makes a dress appealing to my eyes and if you have a thing for poofy sleeves as well, then I hope you’ll enjoy this list!
80s Striped Puff Sleeve Peplum Dress
Vintage 80s Turquoise Puff Sleeve Dress
Vintage 90s Floral Puff Sleeve Dress
Which puff sleeve dress style would you love to wear? Share below – I’d love to know!
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