30th Mar 2017
Okay, so that may be a sweeping statement but this is no ordinary trend. In fact, we here at IMAGE HQ think bell sleeves are pretty extraordinary, in more ways than one. Just look at Kate Foley’s bold, graphic design or Gilda Ambrosio’s jet-black sleeves. The voluminous proportions are dramatic but not overwhelming and feel surprisingly feminine. Keep the rest of your look pared back – a pencil skirt or a pair of form fitting trousers will do nicely.
SHOP THE TREND
Top with fluted sleeves, €41 at Cos
Linen-blend midi dress, €69.95 at Mango
Gingham blouse,??40 at Topshop
Balloon-sleeve crepe blouse, Balenciaga, €775 at Matches Fashion
Cali blouse, Magda Butrym,??835 at Moda Operandi
Gothic floral Edwardian top, €620 at Brown Thomas
Taylor fluted sleeve knit, €255 at Whistles
Are you really going to be squeezing into high-waisted jeans...
When you can't get to the hairdresser, it's time for some hair dressing.
Buying second-hand is a more sustainable and affordable way to shop designer handbags, so with stores remaining shut for the moment, thankfully there are trusted retailers offering great options online.
Wear a baseball cap with absolutely everything; they're easy to pull off and they're a runway-approved saviour of your roots.
Nice pyjamas are the new going out top.