You’ve heard the phrase history repeats itself probably a million times in your life. Fashion is no exception to that rule. The 70’s was an eclectic era for fashion and out of it came statement trends such as bell sleeve tops. Bell sleeves are sure to make a statement.
Here are a few ways you can play around with this trend this Fall/Winter season.
A bell denim top is a great way to play on two of the fall’s hottest trends. Kill two birds with one stone with this look.
Say Yes To The Dress
Don’t be afraid to go all out with this trend and throw on a statement dress with bell sleeves like Ciara.
Chic For The Office
So long as it isn’t doing the most for your work setting, bell sleeve button-downs are a great way to spice up a boring work outfit. You’ll be ready to go from the boardroom to the after-hour spot like no other.
Keep It Casual With A Sweater
If you want to stay lowkey with the trend, opt for a sweater version. They’re cute but comfy–sort of the best of both worlds.
Rock ‘Em With Jeans
The powerful statement of a bell sleeve top with the understatement of jeans makes for a great happy medium. If you’ve never tried bell sleeves out before, this is a great combo to get your feet wet with wearing this trend.
Don’t Be Afraid To Add Some Extra Flare
Flare pants can be a good idea if done right. It may be “over the top” but definitely stylish indeed.
Make A Statement With Bright Colors
If you love adding color to your wardrobe, balance out a bright hue with a lower volume of sleeve. This will still let you get the bell sleeve effect without feeling like you’re doing way too much.
Add Balance With An Off The Shoulder Number
This is another way to balance two popular trends for the fall. The balance between showing some shoulder with accentuated sleeves will give your outfit a balance that you’d appreciate.
Sheer is always a good idea–sexy without being too provocative.
Play Around With Prints
Prints are a great way to have fun with bell sleeves and while adding some extra personality.
The bell sleeve is the revived 70’s trend that you need to be rocking. Which style will be your first conquest?