Puffy sleeves from the 80s aren’t going anywhere. It is a compelling retro revival that went straight up trendy. From the barbies to the princess movies we have admired the puffed sleeves since childhood. The new form adds to the funk, yet stays classy. Make your outfit exquisite, just puff up your sleeves.

A puffed sleeve white dress with silver heels is all that can make you feel like a queen. Pair your top with high-rise trousers and block heels, all in monochrome. To add some sparkle pair it with hoops of your choice and put on lots of gloss or highlighter, now you are ready to crash the gates with panache.


Here are some extravaganzas from the celebs.

Kate Bosworth in a strapless cream top with puffy sleeves.
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If you are looking for a dreamy outfit, here we are to make your Cinderella dream come true.

Half sleeves lace up back off the shoulder long prom dress, pinterest.com

The runway fashion trend of 2018 is to stay this year as well.

Spring 2018 Runway Fashion Trend

Whether you are a minimalist or a maximal, puffed sleeves are here to your rescue. Whether you are a beginner, advanced or an expert in the fashion game, you too can rock the trend. If you are trying it for the first time worry not we have got you covered.

To start with a puff sleeve top in cotton or poplin is the easiest way to try out this bold trend. When paired with jeans or trousers it gives a casual look. You can also try an edgier look with a pair of leather pants like model Sara Sampaio, either way it creates a high impact look.

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Puffy sleeves aren’t going anywhere, they are getting bigger and bolder, the spring trend that just won’t quit.

Fun Fact

It was during 1830s that puff sleeves became popular, a hyper feminine style that has gone through many transformations. It was either a short 3/4 length or a full sleeve gathered at the top or bottom.

Movie: Anne of Green Gables