There are so many variations of design when it comes to dresses. This time we are going to talk about different types of sleeves. We have prepared top 10 types, want to know the difference? What types of sleeves have won your heart this season?
Of course, the length is not the most important characteristic of sleeves. There are many styles and varieties of sleeves. During reading articles about fashion or studying the characteristics of the goods in the online store, you can meet a lot of incomprehensible words and terms. Our publication will help you to figure out in the issue of names and types of sleeves for dresses.
The list of different types of sleeves designs
1. Long or Short
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Describing the sleeve of any dress, we should say about the length. The sleeve can be long or short, when it's medium size, it is properly called ¾ sleeve.
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2. Classic Short Sleeve
It is very popular among sleeve styles. A classic short sleeve is a sleeve of a T-shirt type. Similar sleeves are also found in blouses, tops, shirts, dresses and even jackets.
3. Winged Sleeve
This is a fairly short sleeve, the upper part of which covers the shoulder, and in the place of the armpit, the sleeve is shortened. This type of sleeve is optimal for summer dresses and it is great for girls with narrow shoulders.
4. Petal Sleeve
The sleeve "petal" is also called "tulip" because of its similarity with the bud of this flower. It is an intact sleeve, which can be short or extend up to the elbow.
5. Flutter Sleeve
The sleeve-wedge or "flutter" is a voluminous voluminous wing-sleeve. This is a type of short or medium sleeve. Flutter can be multi-layered. Such a sleeve widens the line of the shoulders, but at the same time, it perfectly conceals the excessive size of the hands. The dresses with such a sleeve look romantic and playful.
6. Bell Sleeve
The "bell" refers to long sleeves, but the length can be ¾. Such a sleeve is rather narrow, at the shoulder and it expands at the bottom of the hand, the fabric forms soft waves.
7. Kimono Sleeve
The kimono sleeve is typical for traditional clothes of part of Asia and the Middle East. It is a very wide sleeve without a cuff.
A "lantern-sleeve" is a long sleeve. The lantern-sleeve necessarily has a cuff, and the fabric forms a puff at the bottom of the sleeve.
9. Bishop Sleeves
These are long sleeves, fitted near the elbow and opened as they move down to the wrist.
10. Off Shoulder Sleeves
This is the open sleeve that can start a little below the shoulder bone, the main feature is that the shoulders are open. This one is very popular among the types of short sleeves for dresses.
Now you know some more information about different types of sleeves, we hope that this will help you to choose your favorite one.
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