Hey, girls, it’s time to brush up your knowledge on the type of sleeves. This is the third installation in the ongoing fashion vocab lesson on types of sleeves. Make the most of your Quarantine period by knowing the world of apparels inside out. Adding to your fashion vocab are the types of sleeves that often accentuate the look of a dress. The sleeves play an integral role in enhancing the overall appeal of your ensemble. Know more about the sleeves and suitable occasions for the said style here.
Read more- Fashion Vocab: Type Of Sleeves Part II
1. Frill sleeve
Also known as ruffled sleeves, the frill sleeves add a certain amount of volume in the sleeve extension. From soft and billowy to big and bold, the frill sleeves can do it all with a feminine outlook.
2. Juliet sleeve
Take inspiration from medieval times and make this type of sleeves your holy grail. Puffed at the shoulder and tapered towards the wrist, this type of sleeves are often found in wedding gowns. Juliet sleeves are your easy pass to a vintage look.
3. Kimono sleeve
This type of sleeves is derived from the style of the traditional Japanese costume. With an added comfort, the style is the perfect pick for the scorching summers. The wide and loose silhouette gives a refreshing outlook to any ensemble.
4. Lantern sleeve
This type of sleeves is the exact opposite of the Juliet sleeves. With a gathered style at around the shoulder, it gets a puffed look below the elbow. Though not trending right now, the sleeves can alter the very style of your garment.
5. Mutton leg sleeve
If you are an ardent follower of fashion shows and magazines, you have already come across this type of sleeves. With a puffy look at the top and tapered look at the bottom, the sleeves have made an appearance at some of the leading fashion shows last year.
Bring out best and boldest with the added drama of these types of sleeves.
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