04 Dec How To Wear Bell Sleeve Sweater In Fall & Winter
If there’s one trend that I wish would never go away, it would be the bell sleeves trend. Granted I found out the hard way that it’s hard to pull off a bell sleeve top whenever I’m with my kids; that won’t stop me from wearing one (when I won’t be with my kids all day). Because seriously, it is truly, by far, one of my favorite trends. So imagine how ecstatic I was when I started seeing bell sleeve sweaters everywhere! I did what I usually do! I shopped… A LOT! I didn’t stop at 1 bell sleeve sweater; I got 4!!! So today, I’m going to share with you 4 different ways you can wear bell sleeve sweaters this fall and winter.
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This sweater is currently one of my favorites. The color is really adorable; the fit is so comfortable; and the sleeves are so dramatic. However, the material is a little bit on the lighter side so layering would be a great way to extend its usage.
The combination of bell sleeves, skinny jeans, and over the knee boots is the easiest and most common way to wear bell sleeves during the colder months. Add a little character to your outfit by throwing on a floppy hat.
outfit details: similar top here, here, here, and here // similar skirt here and here // similar boots here, here, and here // bag in different color here (preloved), other red totes here, here, and here // hat // sunnies, similar sunnies here, and here
This top isn’t made of knitted fabric but thick enough to be worn even on colder days. I love how the sleeves don’t lose its shape no matter what I do. I like that it’s mostly plain white with striped details on the sleeves which provides a good contrast to the statement sleeve.
You probably think that you should just stick with jeans, pants, and leggings when it comes to wearing bell sleeve sweaters. Skirts like this pleated one will work just as great with bell sleeve sweaters. The key is to find the right balance between the skirt and the sleeves.
outfit details: sweater // jeans // similar heels here, here, and here // exact bag in different color (preloved) here, cheaper options here, and here // similar beanie here, here, and here // similar sunnies here, here, and here
I adore this pink bell sleeve sweater a lot! The fit is so comfortable which allows me to move without restrictions; the sleeves are so fun without being over the top; and it is pink! What more can I say?
Pairing bell sleeve sweater with distressed jeans and heels is the simplest way to wear one; and it’s my favorite too! I just adore the simplicity and chicness of this outfit. Bell sleeve sweaters also work perfectly well with girlfriend jeans (or boyfriend jeans) and ankle boots. I really love it with girlfriend jeans too.
The fit of this sweater is amazing! It hugs your curves without being too restricting. Plus the color is really perfect for the colder months. However, I’m not a fan of the material used because it looks wrinkled even after ironing it for a while.
Here’s another variation to the bell sleeves and skirt combination. Bell sleeve sweaters will also be perfect for pencil skirts and boots. Layering with fur vest adds a fun touch to this outfit, not to mention the warmth that you need during the colder months.
Shop my favorite bell sleeve sweaters below.
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What did you think of this post? Which outfit is your favorite? Do you love the bell sleeves trend as much as I do? How do you keep your fall and winter wardrobe fun? Let me know in the comments. You know I always love to hear from you.