Winter Shopping List: Bell Sleeves

If there’s one silhouette you need to incorporate into your wardrobe asap, it’s the bell sleeve. It’s a nice, subtle throwback to the 70s without looking too costumey, and I find that it instantly dresses up any outfit. I’ve been living in my bell sleeve blouses for the last month, and really love the look. Here are our favorite ways to incorporate it across price points:
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We’ve seen this Elizabeth and James ribbed sweater on a number of celebrities, including Lucy Hale, and we love that the body is perfectly fitted while the sleeves are round and feminine. It comes in black and white. It’s pricey at $325, but it’s a statement piece.

I legitimately live in this Free People bell sleeved tunic, which I have in white. (It comes in a range of colors.) Added bonus: it’s on a major sale at just $29.95 and pairs well with jeans, leather pants, you name it.
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Want something boho and whimsical? For Love and Lemons has you covered with this Willow Dress.
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I’ve been obsessing over this off-the-shoulder MLM bell sleeve shirt for approximately three months, so I should just bite the bullet and buy it already. I love the silhouette and think it’s really versatile. It’s $150.
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I love mixing textures, and sheer and lace are some of my favorites to work with. That’s why we love this Free People shirt, which you can tuck into a pencil skirt, or pair with skinny jeans. It’s on sale for $100.
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We also love this look on a dress, because it adds some movement. This Nicholas dress is $395.

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