Picking the right sleeves for your blouse is as important as any other aspect of your wedding outfit. From cap sleeves to halters – the possibilities are endless. Making it imperative to pick one that suits your body type as well as your wedding function.
It can be quite a task to choose the one that suits you well, so we have prepared a cheat-sheet of all the pros and cons of various types of sleeves:
1. Full Sleeves
This sleeve style goes well with almost all body types and it looks really flattering on everyone. This type of sleeve work well with an apple or a pear body type. Make sure you opt for a deeper neckline and back to make this look even more appealing. They are also perfect for this chilly weather, making them an ideal pick for winter brides. If you’re going for custom wedding dresses make sure you opt for long sleeved blouses in heavy fabrics like velvet, which are a perfect pick for cold winter evenings.
2. Quater or 3/4 th
This style looks extremely elegant on every body type. It’s perfect for Punjabi brides as they can accurate their Churas. They also provide an illusion of looking taller, so it’s an ideal pick for short brides too. Make sure that the sleeves are well fitted otherwise they end up making your arms look too heavy.
It’s the perfect pick for women with hourglass, boy and pear figures. It makes a good choice for the mehendi or cocktail function.
4. Puffy Sleeves
This style is very popular in the southern part of the country, but north Indian brides are also embracing it now. It is not recommended for brides with a chubbier face as it makes the face look even heavier. It’s an ideal pick for skinny brides as they add form and shape to their figures.
5. Spaghetti Sleeves
The look is perfect for brides with narrow shoulders. It also adds a very modern touch, so it makes a perfect pick for brides who want to opt for a little unconventional look. It’s the favorite choice of brides who are inclined towards picking designer women’s wear.
6. Off Shoulder
This “it” trend is an ideal choice for the mehendi and cocktail ceremony. Experimental brides can also choose these for the wedding day. It’s a good choice for brides with killer collarbones and even if you don’t ask your MUA to highlight and contour them you’ll be good to go!
We sure hope that these tips would help make this daunting mission a little easier for you.