Tenu suit suit karda, but who will tell you which sleeve style and length is right for your blouse? Yes, that style which you saw Sonam wearing was great, but will it flatter YOU to look like you’ve lost weight? We’ve got the best way to help you decide the right and trending sleeve style for your big day. We have rounded up the kinds of sleeve style and the body type it will suit, have a look at these sleeve length for your perfect blouse!
Bell Sleeve Style
This is a great option for petite and skinny brides. Avoid this style if you’re on the heavier side as it can add illusion of a few extra pounds.
Off-Shoulder Sleeve Style
A great sleeve style if you have killer collar bones! Stay away from this if you have a heavy bust or plump shoulders.
A great look if you have chiseled arms and rounded shoulder. Perfect for an offbeat bride!
Recently, a lot of brides have been wearing this style which oozes chic vibes for miles!This is again a great look for your sangeet or mehendi, specially if you’re petit! If you have heavy upper arms or a heavy bust, avoid this sleeve style as it will attract unwanted attention.
Elbow Length Sleeves
This is super in trend! I’m sure everybody drooled over Deepika’s Red Sabyasachi Lehenga where she adorned elbow length blouse which every bride wanted to get it to her house!
This can be adorned by skinny or heavy brides however; you must keep in mind the fabric. Heavier brides should not get elbow length sleeves made in a thicker material or with a lot of work on the sleeves, which will attract more attention to the upper part of the body.
These sleeves can end up looking slightly casual if not worn well. Definitely keep them longer than 4 inches. Tip- if the neck of your blouse is too deep, then these are the ideal sleeves to opt for.
3/4th Sleeve Style
This style is good news if you’re a short bride, as it adds the illusion of being taller. The secret to rocking this style is the fitting of the sleeves; loose fitting sleeves can make your arms look heavy!
Full Sleeves Style
Take a cue from Sara Ali Khan, who wore a full sleeve blouse by Falguni & Shane Peacock for Indian Couture Week and it made us go weak in our knees! This style too suits all brides from heavy to lean. Tip – choose the material depending on your built, thinner materials for heavier brides and heavier materials for a lean bride – that’s our nifty tip on the side 😛
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