A 5 Step Guide To Wearing Bell Sleeves

Written by Karabi TalukdarSep 28, 2018
A 5 step guide to wearing bell sleeves
As 2016 came to a close, sleeves got bigger, bolder and much better, and among them, bell sleeves emerged as the undisputed crowd pleasers. The only formula that was kept in mind while sporting this trend, whether on the runway or off it, was that bigger meant better. And come 2017, that rule still stands. Here’s how to style this exaggerated trend…
 

Use it to elevate a monochrome outfit

Pair it with a baggy pair of jeans or structured overall to tone down the feminine trend

Whether it’s an LBD or a monochrome top and pant pairing, bell sleeves can instantly make them appear less boring and more playful.

 

Balance out the big sleeves with skinny jeans or slim trousers

Pair it with a baggy pair of jeans or structured overall to tone down the feminine trend

Don't turn yourself into a puff ball by opting for puffed up pairings with your bell sleeves. Balance the big arm party with slim fitted pants or skinny jeans.

 

Opt for a understated tone

Pair it with a baggy pair of jeans or structured overall to tone down the feminine trend

If the drama on your sleeves is a bit too much for your faint heart, you can always opt for tones like navy and black to downplay it a little

 

If you are wearing a skirt with your bell sleeves, stick to a pencil skirt

Pair it with a baggy pair of jeans or structured overall to tone down the feminine trend

Looking at wearing a skirt with your extra wide flares? A pencil skirt is your best bet, the result will be polished and prim.

 

Pair it with a baggy pair of jeans or structured overall to tone down the feminine trend

Pair it with a baggy pair of jeans or structured overall to tone down the feminine trend

To tone down the naturally feminine vibe that bell sleeves come with, pair it with a slightly baggy pair of jeans or shapely overalls.

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