The bigger the sleeve, the more fabulous the woman. Or, at least that’s what we think.
This larger-than-life trend is everywhere and, if you haven’t done so already, it’s time to embrace the big sleeve.
There are many ways to make big sleeves work for you no matter your fashion preferences. Sleeve styles are modern and constantly being reinvented.
Go big or go home, so why not go all out with this trend? A long, kimono-style sleeve looks great with fitted, high-waisted jeans. With such an elaborate top, minimal, simple jeans create a classy and balanced look.
Tiered bell sleeves look beautiful, especially on a crisp, white blouse with a boat neck (yes, we believe in white after Labor Day). It’s like getting to play dress up all over again. You’ll feel fancy and free.
If you’re afraid of looking too boxy or “lumpy”, opt for a quarter-style sleeve for a trim, fit style. The sleeve hits just below your elbows and puts the focus on the thinnest part of your arms.
This trend can be intimidating because it’s so original and attention-grabby. If you’re a bit hesitant to try this sleeve-intensive style, go for a neutral shade and an understated, frilly cap over a long sleeve – it’s feminine yet sleek!