This Trend Pops Up Every Couple of Decades and We're Not Mad About It
The puff-sleeve trend goes way back. And when I say way back, I'm thinking long before Alexis Carrington wore it on Dynasty in the '80s. Think further back to the late 1800s during the Victorian era when ladies wore corseted dresses with exaggerated sleeves. It's proof that nothing's truly new and everything gets recycled over and over again.
But the latest variations, obviously, have been refreshed with modern silhouettes and finishes that are much easier to wear. Discover our favorite puff-sleeve blouses on the internet ahead.
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