5 Ways To Style Bell Sleeves This Spring

Below, Glitter Guide contributor, Arin Agase, shares her thoughts on spring’s must-try trend: The bell sleeve! Are you planning to give this style a go?

The bell sleeve is back, and better than ever! It’s the perfect way to sass up an outfit because it is fun, flirty and the perfect dose of chic. We simply can’t get enough! Whether you’re buying on a budget or looking for a splurge, we’ve rounded up our favorite styles for a fashionable season!

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Pair a bell-sleeve shirt with your flares for extra-boho charm! This has certainly been a favorite among Heart of Chic readers! It’s also budget-friendly, costing less than $50. (source: Heart of Chic)

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We just love the exaggerated sleeve and pop of pink in this outfit! It’s girly and chic, with a play on Pantone’s color of the year! Hurry up, spring! (source: Gumboot Glam)

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Give the cold shoulder in this adorable flare-sleeved number! It’s cozy, très chic and playful. White is definitely the theme of the season, and happily, you can pair it with just about anything, but we absolutely adore this with denim. (source: Kate Waterhouse)

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Keep things sophisticated with this LBD. It’s perfect for date night or your next girl’s night out—we’ll leave the rest up to you! (source: The Whiskey Wolf)

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We love the mix of this bell sleeved blouse with ripped jeans and sneakers. It’s a little bit boho, a little sporty and it’s definitely got those California-cool vibes. (source: Walk In Wonderland)

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Author: Arin Agase

Chicago fashion + lifestyle blogger at Heart Of Chic | Fueled by hard work + deep-dish pizza | Glitter Guide + AshleyTisdale.com contributor | Follow her adventures on Instagram!

  • @chynnaBlue you can so pull it off. You just have to find the right proportion to your petite frame.

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