Gone are the days when tailors asked us the desired sleeve length. Yes, you read that right. This season the ramps were swept away with the almost floor- touching-dramatic-sleeves.
Designers from Dries Van Noten to Dhruv Kapoor decided to go with this big gesture. Hence,we saw a variety from brassy bell sleeves to bashful Victorian numbers. Anthony Vaccarello’s debut show at YSL took inspiration from the ’80s and featured the season’s standout silhouette: puffed shoulders with leg-of-mutton sleeves. Whereas Christopher Kane, J.W. Anderson and Simone Rocha took a shine to bell-shaped, puff and gathered lace sleeves. Loewe and Valentino shone a new light at the kimono as the kimono-meets-trumpet style. On the other hand Chloé, Burberry and Topshop Unique showcased the longer cuffed sleeve.
BLUE SLUB BELL SLEEVE, DHRUV KAPOOR
ANTHONY VACCARELLO at YSL
LEG-OF-MUTTON SLEEVE, ANTHONY VACCARELLO
Well, more the drama, better it is. So, let’s wear a bit of drama on our sleeve this season. These splurge-worthy pieces are sure gonna make heads turn.Dorothy-perkins-Spot-Bell-Sleeve-Top-,Vero-moda-women-pink-solid-top,forever-21-women-olive-green-solid-top,all-about-you-from-deepika-padukone-yellow-self-design-top,noble-faith-ruffle-bell-sleeves-top,noble-faith-round-neck-top-with-tie-up-bell-sleeves
So, law might have long hands but we sure have long sleeves.