The Bell Curve

With fashion, it seems the focus shifts from various erogenous zones as the seasons evolve. Recently, we have seen the bare midriff as the focal point du jour, with exposed shoulders following close behind for Spring. As the seasons change, we predict an emphasis on new sleeve shapes to step into the style spotlight.

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photo: Collage Vintage

This street style shot features a full bell sleeve, tucked and tied at the bicep. The simplicity of the top lets the sleeve be the star.

co

Co

The bell sleeve of this sweater emerges from a short vintage inspired jacket from Co.with a play on tones and textures.

etre

Etre

Woven details update this chunky ribbed sweater from Etre, with a bell sleeve detail.

see by chloe

See by Chloe

Chloe used smocking to add a sweet touch to these architectural flounces from their diffusion line.

Hellesey

Hellesey

Hellesey gives off a tough yet tender vibe with their heathered top with a full sleeve over slim black pants.

Fendi

Fendi

A short swingy sleeve treatment on a ruffled red dress from Fendi.

Vanessa Jackman

photo: Vanessa Jackman

All you need are a pair of jeans and a chic Chanel slingback when you have a dramatic sweater like this one!

Brandon Maxwell

Brandon Maxwell

Brandon Maxwell is certainly one to watch. You may have heard of him as the designer of Lady Gaga’s skirted white jumpsuit she wore to the Oscars. This blouse has all the same elements of what appears to be this newcomer’s signature style; clean sleek lines with lots of drama.

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