To be totally honest, I’m not typically one for intensely delicate dressing. In new years, you’d some-more expected find me in a turtleneck sweater tucked into straight-leg jeans than a maxi dress and sandals. My character was one partial neutrals-loving Scandi girl, another partial androgynous vibes with boxy, all-dark everything. But once open rolled around this year, we beheld we kept gravitating toward puff-sleeve tops and even selling puff-sleeve dresses (arguably a slightest androgynous trend this year). But who could censure me? Maybe it’s all this time sheltering in place that has me in a unreal mindset. we wish pieces that make me feel romantic and whimsical, that is accurately what wearing a light puff-sleeve outfit creates for me.
Puff-sleeve tops and dresses are during their best when interconnected with ultra-feminine details, too: smocked bodices, gossamer fabrics, embroidery, askew linen, and crochet trims. Instead of feeling like I’m trapped in my tiny L.A. unit with my boyfriend, we put on a dress with organza puff-sleeves, and suddenly, we feel like Rapunzel, patiently watchful for my hair to get prolonged adequate so we can save myself from isolation. (Clearly, we haven’t had a haircut in a while either…) we know I’m not a usually one here with an imagination going into overdrive, so we shopped 7 outfits featuring puff-sleeve tops and dresses so you, too, can feel like a princess of your wildest dreams while spending a summer socially distanced, of course.