Short, long, three quarter, bishop, flutter, cap, puff and yes, even leg-of-mutton sleeves – we saw it all. Illusion sleeves are still in but when it comes to the reception, brides want their arms to be free for dancing. Now we see the detachable or accessory sleeve perfect for the ceremony making a surge. Whether it be the big puffy sleeves of the 1980s to the form-fitting sleeves each designer had their vision of what they should be.
Romona Keveza Collection
Over the past few seasons, necklines are changing with the help of illusion fabric and now we have statement pieces adorning the neck.
Ines Di Santo
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