Black Conceptual Bell Sleeve Dress
Bell sleeves come in all lengths and flare exactly like your bell-bottom pants. They are straight and tapered till the end of the sleeve, and then billow out. Fast forward a few centuries to the bell sleeve’s next big fashion moment: the 1970’s. The 1960s had made loose-fitting, flowy clothing popular and as silhouettes widened, so did sleeves. Bell bottoms and bell sleeves were highly fashionable. Many wore “peasant” style dresses and tops. These were typically cut from cotton and fit loosely, often featuring a flared sleeve. Celebrities wore flowing, drapey clothing that referenced the Medieval era, including dresses and blouses that featured long bell sleeves. Her iconic outfits were frequently recreated by fans and popularized the sleeve style even more. Black Conceptual Bell Sleeve Dress
Bell Sleeve Dress
Unsurprisingly, even today most of the designers refer Stevie Nick’s famous bell sleeve look. The bell sleeve also enjoyed a brief revival in the early 2000s. Fitted blouses or sweaters would occasionally feature a sleeve with a ruffled flare at the elbow, or a subtle taper to the wrist. Incidentally, flared jeans had made a comeback as well, and many celebrities favored an outfit comprised of low-rise flares, and a cropped, bell-sleeve peasant blouse or crocheted sweater. Bell sleeves disappeared for a few years, but as we’ve seen, they are back with a (fortunately more refined) vengeance. Black Conceptual Bell Sleeve Dress
- UNIQUE STYLE: Our Bell Sleeve Dress dress makes you look fashionable and chic, show good temperament in spring, summer, and autumn, it can perfectly transition from season to season
- IDEAL FOR OCCASION – Dress is the perfect match for Casual Wear, Family outing, Meeting, Casual Party, Kity, etc. It gives you trendy, stylish and decent look altogether. A light dress to carry in summers.
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